Consider the seven current-carrying wires and the four closed paths shown in the figure. For each of these paths (C,, C, C3, and C) determine the following in terms of Hn. Use standard sign convention for the currents; minus is down into the page and positive is up out of the page. (Assume I, = 3.00 A, 1, = 5.00 A, 1, = 8.00 A, I, = 6.00 A, Is = 9.00 A, I = 6.00 A, and i, = 7.00 A.) (a) (b) ds = (c) ds = ( (d) B - ds = (

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Consider the seven current-carrying wires and the four closed paths shown in the figure. For each of these paths (C,, C, C3, and C) determine the following in terms of Hn. Use standard sign convention for the currents; minus is down into the page and positive is up
out of the page. (Assume I, = 3.00 A, 1, = 5.00 A, 1, = 8.00 A, I, = 6.00 A, Is = 9.00 A, I = 6.00 A, and i, = 7.00 A.)
(a)
(b)
ds =
(c)
ds = (
(d)
B - ds = (
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Consider the seven current-carrying wires and the four closed paths shown in the figure. For each of these paths (C,, C, C3, and C) determine the following in terms of Hn. Use standard sign convention for the currents; minus is down into the page and positive is up out of the page. (Assume I, = 3.00 A, 1, = 5.00 A, 1, = 8.00 A, I, = 6.00 A, Is = 9.00 A, I = 6.00 A, and i, = 7.00 A.) (a) (b) ds = (c) ds = ( (d) B - ds = (

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