## How to find total energy from a current-carrying long straight wire.

Just as the title says, How to find total energy from a current-carrying long straight wire. We're given the potential difference between the two ends is $$\Delta\V$$V. The current is given by I(t) = I x (t/T), where I(T) = I.

Just wondering, it would really help me out. Thanks in advance.
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