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adityalakhe
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an infinite wire with charge density is kept along Zaxis. charge density of wire is k1... another infinite wire of charge density k2 is kept parallel to x axis passing through (0,0,a)... find the electrostatic force of interaction between them
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adityalakhe Group Title
an infinite wire with charge density is kept along Zaxis. charge density of wire is k1... another infinite wire of charge density k2 is kept parallel to x axis passing through (0,0,a)... find the electrostatic force of interaction between them
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the diagram is erroneous. the parallel wire has "a" as its zcoordinate
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so, the two wires would be intersecting at right angles at z=a
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sorry its (0,a,0)
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well i would like to ask where you got stuck doing this problem???
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