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Q. 5

Physics for Scientists and Engineers: A Strategic Approach with Modern Physics
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Short Answer

What is the magnetic field at the position of the dot in FIGURE EX29.5? Give your answer as a vector.

The magnetic field at a point .

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Step by Step Solution

Step 1: Blot- Savart Law

It produces a magnetic field by one charged particle.

The Biot-Savart law is used to calculate the force of attraction at a specific position.

Since this radial and route lengths components also are perpendicular, then transfer function becomes multiplication.

It can be used to express the magnetism related with a constant force.

Step 2: Proton and Dot point

The idea is at, although the protons is at. As a response, the proton's length from the Pinpoint point is

The distance is provided by the magnitude which is,

Step 3: Proton Travels

Since the proton comes in the progressive direction. Then we'll enter up the amount for

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