# Part B (Advanced) The figure below shows a long straight wire (Wire 1) carrying a constant current, I. A second wire (Wire 2), carrying a constant current, 12, is placed near the first wire with dime... Part B (Advanced) The figure below shows a long straight wire (Wire 1) carrying a constant current, I. A second wire (Wire 2), carrying a constant current, 12, is placed near the first wire with dimensions as shown (a) Discuss the direction of the force that each segment of Wire 2 experiences due to the field (b) Calculate an expression for the net force on Wire 2 due to the field of Wire 1. Note that Appendix A of Knight has a table of useful integrals. from Wire 12 12 Wire 1 Wire 2  ##### Add Answer of: Part B (Advanced) The figure below shows a long straight wire (Wire 1) carrying a constant current, I. A second wire (Wire 2), carrying a constant current, 12, is placed near the first wire with dime...
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