I'm doing an assignment involving a current balance, and the one thing I don't understand is the currents.
I have two separate currents, one labeled "Current in Solenoid" and another labeled "Current in Loop".
Now, I know the current in the loop is the part that causes the magnetic field, and the current and the magnetic field cause the force downward that balances the weight on the other end (Fm=ILB), but what is the current in the solenoid indicate (what are these two currents relationships to each other?).
If anyone can help nudge me in the right direction on this, it would be highly appreciated. Thank you!