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I have to use the equation B=((mu_naught*i)/2)* (x^2/(x^2+R^2)^(3/2))

and then for i get:

i=(2*(x^2+R^2)^(3/2))/(mu_naught*R^2)

How do I get x?

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Physics Help!

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I have to use the equation B=((mu_naught*i)/2)* (x^2/(x^2+R^2)^(3/2))

and then for i get:

i=(2*(x^2+R^2)^(3/2))/(mu_naught*R^2)

How do I get x?

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I have to use the equation B=((mu_naught*i)/2)* (x^2/(x^2+R^2)^(3/2))

and then for i get:

i=(2*(x^2+R^2)^(3/2))/(mu_naught*R^2)

How do I get x?

p.s. are you sure the equations you wrote are correct? The last one you wrote,

i=(2*(x^2+R^2)^(3/2))/(mu_naught*R^2)

does not include
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