The magnitude of the magnetic force on a current-carrying wire held in a magnetic field depends on the strength of the magnetic

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The magnitude of the magnetic force on a current-carrying wire held in a magnetic
field depends on
the strength of the magnetic field
the current in the wire
the length of the wire in the magnetic field
all of the above

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Jezebel 7 months 2021-07-13T20:41:30+00:00 1 Answers 4 views 0

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    2021-07-13T20:42:56+00:00

    Answer:

    All of the above

    Explanation:

    The magnitude of the magnetic force on a current-carrying wire held in a magnetic is given by the equation F = BIlsin \theta

    Where B = Strength of the magnetic field

    I = The current carried by the wire

    l = length of the wire in the magnetic field

    θ = Angle between the wire and the magnetic field

    Based on the relationship written above, the magnitude of the magnetic force on the current – carrying wire in the magnetic field depends on the strength of the magnetic field (B), length of the wire(l), current in the wire (I).

    All the options are correct.

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