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In Figure P19.3, assume in each case the velocity vector shown
is replaced with a wire carrying a current in the direction of
the velocity vector. For each case, find the direction of the
magnetic field that will produce the magnetic force shown.

(x
v (in)
(out)
Figure P19.3
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Use the right hand-thumb rule to find the direction of the magnetic field.

Right hand rule: Consider the right-hand thumb, index finger and middle finger perpendicular to each other...

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