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Problem: Calculate the uncertainty in the measured magnetic field in part A. The earth's magnetic field is approximately 10° -10° T. Explain why it is reasonable to ignore the effect of this field for this experiment. 1.Magnetic field: -0.92092 TLength of wire: 0.05 m

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We are required to determine the uncertainty in a problem with a graph.

Magnetic force on a current-carrying conductor:

FB=NBiLsinθ N is the number of turns of wire in the magnetic field.

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Calculate the uncertainty in the measured magnetic field in part A. The earth's magnetic field is approximately 10° -10° T. Explain why it is reasonable to ignore the effect of this field for this experiment. 1.

Magnetic field: -0.92092 T

Length of wire: 0.05 m

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