A short current element dl⃗ = (0.500 mm)j^ carries a current of 5.00 A in the same direction as dl⃗ . Point P is located at r⃗ = ( -0.730 m)i^+ (0.390m)k^. Find the magnetic field at P by current.

asked by @eliannav1 • over 1 year ago • Physics • 5 pts

Also, - At a particular instant, charge q1 = 4.70×10−6 C is at the point (0, 0.250 m, 0) and has velocity υ⃗ 1=(9.20×105m/s)ι^. Charge q2 = −3.20×10−6 C is at the point (0.150 m, 0, 0) and has velocity υ⃗ 2=(−5.30×105m/s)j^.

At this instant, what is the magnetic force that q1 exerts on q2?

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There are a lot of formatting issues with this question and it's hard to read. Can you post an image of the question instead?

answered by @doug • over 1 year ago

There are no images to the questions. Is this better?

A short current element dl (vector) = (0.500 mm) (j hat)carries a current of 5.00 A in the same direction as dl (vector) . Point P is located at r(vector) = ( -0.730 m)(i hat)+ (0.390m)(k hat) . Find the magnetic field at P produced by this current element.

At a particular instant, charge q1 = 4.70×10−6 C is at the point (0, 0.250 m, 0) and has velocity υ1=(9.20×105m/s)(i hat) . Charge q2 = −3.20×10−6 C is at the point (0.150 m, 0, 0) and has velocity 2=(−5.30×105m/s) (j hat) . At this instant, what is the magnetic force that q1 exerts on q2?

answered by @eliannav1 • over 1 year ago

You can find the solution to your questions at:

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answered by @doug • over 1 year ago