Problem 5: An infinitely long single wire with current I,-2.5 A and arectangular wire loop with current 2-0.45 A are in the same plane as shown. Thedimensions of the loop are a 0.058 m and b 0.052 m. The infinite wire is parallel toside AD of the loop and at a distance d-0.19 m from it©theexpertta.comPart (a) Express the magnitude of the magnetic force Fad, from 11 on wire AD interms o1 I1, I2, d and the loop dimensions.Part (b) Calculate the numerical value of Fad in NPart (c) Express the magnitude of the magnetic force Fbe, from 11 on wire BC interms of Ij, I2, a, b, and dPart (d) Calculate the numerical value of Fbc in INPart (e) Is the force of Fad repulsive or attractive?Part (f) Is the force of Fbc repulsive or attractive?Part (g) The forces of Fad and Fbc both act on the infinite wire 11. Do they sum toAttractive. Correct!Repulsive. Correct!produce a net attractive or repulsive force?Attractive. CorrectPart (h) Calculate the numerical value of the sum of the forces F-Fad - Fhc on theinfinite wire in Ntan()cos(0)asin()atan() acotan sinh()sinHOMEcotanO a acos4 5 6coshOcotanhO0O Degrees RadiansBACKSPACESubmitHintI give up!

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Problem 5: An infinitely long single wire with current I,-2.5 A and a
rectangular wire loop with current 2-0.45 A are in the same plane as shown. The
dimensions of the loop are a 0.058 m and b 0.052 m. The infinite wire is parallel to
side AD of the loop and at a distance d-0.19 m from it
©theexpertta.com
Part (a) Express the magnitude of the magnetic force Fad, from 11 on wire AD in
terms o1 I1, I2, d and the loop dimensions.
Part (b) Calculate the numerical value of Fad in N
Part (c) Express the magnitude of the magnetic force Fbe, from 11 on wire BC in
terms of Ij, I2, a, b, and d
Part (d) Calculate the numerical value of Fbc in IN
Part (e) Is the force of Fad repulsive or attractive?
Part (f) Is the force of Fbc repulsive or attractive?
Part (g) The forces of Fad and Fbc both act on the infinite wire 11. Do they sum to
Attractive. Correct!
Repulsive. Correct!
produce a net attractive or repulsive force?
Attractive. Correct
Part (h) Calculate the numerical value of the sum of the forces F-Fad - Fhc on the
infinite wire in N
tan()
cos(0)
asin()
atan() acotan sinh()
sin
HOME
cotanO a acos
4 5 6
coshO
cotanhO
0
O Degrees Radians
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Problem 5: An infinitely long single wire with current I,-2.5 A and a rectangular wire loop with current 2-0.45 A are in the same plane as shown. The dimensions of the loop are a 0.058 m and b 0.052 m. The infinite wire is parallel to side AD of the loop and at a distance d-0.19 m from it ©theexpertta.com Part (a) Express the magnitude of the magnetic force Fad, from 11 on wire AD in terms o1 I1, I2, d and the loop dimensions. Part (b) Calculate the numerical value of Fad in N Part (c) Express the magnitude of the magnetic force Fbe, from 11 on wire BC in terms of Ij, I2, a, b, and d Part (d) Calculate the numerical value of Fbc in IN Part (e) Is the force of Fad repulsive or attractive? Part (f) Is the force of Fbc repulsive or attractive? Part (g) The forces of Fad and Fbc both act on the infinite wire 11. Do they sum to Attractive. Correct! Repulsive. Correct! produce a net attractive or repulsive force? Attractive. Correct Part (h) Calculate the numerical value of the sum of the forces F-Fad - Fhc on the infinite wire in N tan() cos(0) asin() atan() acotan sinh() sin HOME cotanO a acos 4 5 6 coshO cotanhO 0 O Degrees Radians BACKSPACE Submit Hint I give up!

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