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A toroid has 1430 turns of a large diameter wire carrying a current of 10.8 kA. The inner and outer radius respectively for the toroid are r, = 0.600 m and r, = 1.20 m. Determine the magnitude of the magnetic field inside the toroid at the following locations
(a) along the inner radius r,
(b) along the outer radius r.
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A toroid has 1430 turns of a large diameter wire carrying a current of 10.8 kA. The inner and outer radius respectively for the toroid are r, = 0.600 m and r, = 1.20 m. Determine the magnitude of the magnetic field inside the toroid at the following locations (a) along the inner radius r, (b) along the outer radius r.

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