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Good tutorial on magnetism?

by Genericcoder
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Genericcoder
#1
Apr15-12, 10:05 PM
P: 131
Hi guys,

I have been self-studying physics since sometime Its been going great,but I was reading yesterday on magnetism their some stuff that my book doesn't cover and assume you already know how to do it.
For example If we place a compass between two mangetic field or three or more we need to find the net force on the compass those questions I don't understand I do right hand rule on each of the wire in order to determine force direction and then finding net force,but somehow I end up getting it wrong,so I think I don't understand magnetism fully.

Would anyone recommend a good tutorial that covers magnetism and does it justice ?
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balaonspace
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Apr16-12, 03:57 AM
P: 12
look for walter lewins lectures on electricity and magnetism MIT OCW
Genericcoder
#3
Apr18-12, 04:49 AM
P: 131
thanks I checked the lectures they are really awesome.
sorry for late reply didn't have internet lately.
Thanks again :) I will enjoy those.


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