1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data a 0.2 meter straight piece of wire has a current of 30 ampere flowing through it, pointing in the +z direction. the magnetic field presented in space is given by: B = 2B_0i + 4B_0j + 3B_0k what is the force on the wire? 2. Relevant equations magnetic force on a current F = IL X B = ILBsin(theta)where X indicate cross product, I is current, L is length, B is magnetic field 3. The attempt at a solution F = IL X B F = ILB sin(theta) F = (30)(0.2)(2B_0i + 4B_0j + 3B_0k) sin(90) F = 12B_0i + 24B_0j + 18B_0k i'm not sure sure whether i did the calculation correct, is the 30 amps only multiplied with the 3B_0k since the current points in the +z direction? i multiplied it through all, i,j,k. will my final answer be presented in components of each axis?