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A circular wire loop with a radius of 62.7 cm lies flat in the horizontal x-y plane and contains a current of 852 mA that runs counter-clockwise in the wire loop when viewed from above. If the loop sits in a uniform magnetic field of 3.5 T that is oriented in the horizontal +x direction, what is the magnitude of the torque on the wire loop

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