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Magnetic strenght question
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the direction of the magnetic field at P due to two bars?
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just draw an arrow to the direction
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johnweldon1993
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why not the oppsite ? like this |dw:1437626311897:dw|
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look at the diagram of john
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ok
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why can;t it be like |dw:1437628507971:dw|
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beacuse that is one of the choices on the multiple choice
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i could have picked that
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what are the choices given??
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yes its like A B C D
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yes can u show what are they ?
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|dw:1437628705764:dw|
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its between 1st and second
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?
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but the answer is |dw:1437628881654:dw|
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u know vectors ?
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kinda
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|dw:1437628974120:dw|
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right?
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johnweldon1993
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You have to know how magnetic fields act South poles "attract" and North poles "repel" Hence my diagram shows point P being attracted towards the south pole and repelled from the North pole So since we have 2 vectors, it is simple vector addition...think of "tip to tail" method |dw:1437674347210:dw|

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