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## Homework Statement

## Homework Equations

B = u0*I / 2pi * r

that's the only equation relevant in this problem

U0 is a constant wth a value of : 4pi x10^-7

## The Attempt at a Solution

okay so what i did was use the equation above and find the magnetic field (B) for I1 I3 and the x and y component of I2.Also, i used the right hand rule to determine the direction of the magnetic field for each one and I get :

I1 = 3.57x10^-5 T in the -y direction

I2 x-comp = 2,17x10^-5 T in the -y direction

I2 y-comp = 2.17x10^-5 T in the +x direction

I3 = 3.57x10^-5 in the -x direction

I tried subtracting -x direction value from the +x to find the x-component at the origin and i tried adding the 2 -y values to find the y-comonent of the magnetic field at the origin I get :

x-component : -1.4x10^-5 T

y-component : 5.74x10^-5 T

but that is said to be wrong , so please any help is appreciated