1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data The mathematical formula that connects the magnetic field in a solenoid with the current is given by B=((μ0 x n)/(2πr)) i where μ0 = 4∏ x 10^-7 NA^-2 is the 'magnetic constant', n is the number of turns or loops of wire (unknown), r is the radius of the solenoid (0.023m), and i is the solenoid current. Use the slop of your line to approximate the number of turns or loops in the solenoid. the equation of the line is: y=0.0054x + 0.0004 Solenoid Current Values: 1. 3.0A 2. 2.5A 3. 2.0A 4. 1.5A 5. 1.0A 6. 0.8A B Values (numbers match up with Solenoid Current) 1. 1.60 x 10^-2 2. 1.40 x 10^-2 3. 1.20 x 10^-2 4. 0.85 x 10^-2 5. 0.58 x 10^-2 6. 0.43 x 10^-2 URGENTLY NEED HELP!!! PLEEEAASSEE!!