(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); _{1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Through the bigger coil with N = 10,000 turns of wire and length of L = 30 cm is flowing electric current of I = 5 A. Inside the big coil we insert a smaller coil with N(1) = 500 turns, length of L(1) = 3 cm, and a radius r = 1 cm. The electric current flowing through the small coil is I(1) = 1 A. Axis of both coils are perpendicular to one another, smaller coil is rotatable around a rectangular axis (picture!). On the edge we attach a light string with the weight. What has to be the mass of the weight so that the small coil will not turn? In which direction do the electric currents I and I1 run? Picture: http://item.slide.com/r/1/227/i/hpQg_yax1D-i2BRLqRDiva38H-JMSI_x/ [Broken] 2. Relevant equations B= (μ(0)*I*N)/ L M= p(m)*B r(m)= I*S*N 3. The attempt at a solution First part: What has to be the mass of the weight so that the small coil will not turn? M= p(m)* [((μ(0)*I*N)/ L] M= (I(1)*π*r²*N(1)* μ(0)*I*N)/ L M(g)= m*(L(1)/2)*g M= M(g) (I(1)*π*r²*N(1)* μ(0)*I*N)/ L= m*(L(1)/2)*g m= (2*I(1)*π*r²*N(1)* μ(0)*I*N)/ (g*L*L(1)) m= 2.2 kg Are my calculations correct? Thank you for helping!}

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