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The figure below shows two long current-carrying wires in the xy plane with I, = 2.50 A to the left and 12 = 5.00 A downward. The wires are not in contact with each other. What are the magnitude and direction of the magnetic field due to the two wires at the following
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The figure below shows two long current-carrying wires in the xy plane with I, = 2.50 A to the left and 12 = 5.00 A downward. The wires are not in contact with each other. What are the magnitude and direction of the magnetic field due to the two wires at the following locations?