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Artemisia_

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- Homework Statement
- Considering to have a uniform sinusoidal current (in time) flowing in a circular loop, how does the sinusoidal nature of the current affects the magnetic field generated by the coil?

- Relevant Equations
- B(r) = (m0/4pi)integ(i*(dl*(x-l)/(x-l)^3))

The fact that the current changes in time should allow me to take it outside from the integral along the coil, since it is not a function of space. But I'm not sure about this assumption, is there something I'm missing or am i correct?

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