Equation of a straight line:
m is the slope of the trendline.
Magnetic force on a current-carrying conductor:
The magnetic force is placed on the y-axis while the current is placed on the x-axis.
(a) What does the slope of a trendline represent on a current vs. magnetic force
(b) and how can I use the slope value to determine the strength of the magnetic field between permanent magnets?
(c) Is using the slope superior to using a single data point?
Please give as detailed an explanation as possible because I am very confused. Thanks so much!
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