Problem 3:A rabbit has eaten the foil shielding off of a power cable that carries aDC current of 1 0.41 A to the amplifier for your outdoor speaker system. The shieldedparts of the wire do not contribute to the magnetic field outside the wire. The unshieldedpart of the wire is x 0.022 meters long. Point A is exactly above the midpoint of theunshielded section, a distance x/2 above the wire. The current flows to the right as shown,which should be taken as the positive direction. The small length of wire, dl, a distance lfrom the midpoint of the unshielded section of the wire, contributes a differential magneticfield dR. at point AOtheexpertta.comPart (c) Select the limits of integration that will correctly calculate the magnetic fieldat A due io the current in the unshielded length of wire./--/2 to/-x/2V Correct!. Part (d) Evaluate the expression for the magnetic field at point A using the endpointschosen in part (c)НоHOME4 5 6BACKSPACCLEARSubmitHintI give up!Hints: 1 %, deduction per hint. Hints remaining: 1Feedback: 1% deduction per feedback.-là 17% Part (e) Determine the strength of the magnetic field, in tesla, at point A

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Problem 3:
A rabbit has eaten the foil shielding off of a power cable that carries a
DC current of 1 0.41 A to the amplifier for your outdoor speaker system. The shielded
parts of the wire do not contribute to the magnetic field outside the wire. The unshielded
part of the wire is x 0.022 meters long. Point A is exactly above the midpoint of the
unshielded section, a distance x/2 above the wire. The current flows to the right as shown,
which should be taken as the positive direction. The small length of wire, dl, a distance l
from the midpoint of the unshielded section of the wire, contributes a differential magnetic
field dR. at point A
Otheexpertta.com
Part (c) Select the limits of integration that will correctly calculate the magnetic field
at A due io the current in the unshielded length of wire.
/--/2 to/-x/2
V Correct!
. Part (d) Evaluate the expression for the magnetic field at point A using the endpoints
chosen in part (c)
Но
HOME
4 5 6
BACKSPAC
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Submit
Hint
I give up!
Hints: 1 %, deduction per hint. Hints remaining: 1
Feedback: 1% deduction per feedback.
-là 17% Part (e) Determine the strength of the magnetic field, in tesla, at point A
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Problem 3: A rabbit has eaten the foil shielding off of a power cable that carries a DC current of 1 0.41 A to the amplifier for your outdoor speaker system. The shielded parts of the wire do not contribute to the magnetic field outside the wire. The unshielded part of the wire is x 0.022 meters long. Point A is exactly above the midpoint of the unshielded section, a distance x/2 above the wire. The current flows to the right as shown, which should be taken as the positive direction. The small length of wire, dl, a distance l from the midpoint of the unshielded section of the wire, contributes a differential magnetic field dR. at point A Otheexpertta.com Part (c) Select the limits of integration that will correctly calculate the magnetic field at A due io the current in the unshielded length of wire. /--/2 to/-x/2 V Correct! . Part (d) Evaluate the expression for the magnetic field at point A using the endpoints chosen in part (c) Но HOME 4 5 6 BACKSPAC CLEAR Submit Hint I give up! Hints: 1 %, deduction per hint. Hints remaining: 1 Feedback: 1% deduction per feedback. -là 17% Part (e) Determine the strength of the magnetic field, in tesla, at point A

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Part (d)

Magnetic field at A is,

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For the ends points given in (c), the magnetic field is,

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Strength of magneti...

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