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Here's the question:

"What is the magnetic field at the center of the loop in the figure?"

OK, the question is really simple and it looks easy. However, when I put in the answer, it's wrong. I tried different methods/formulas but still got the wrong answers. Anyone cares to enlighten me?

First, I used the formula B = I(mju_0)N/2R:

- I is 5A

- mju_0 is 4pi * 10^-7

- N is 1

- R is 0.01 m

The wrong answer was 3.14×10-4 T.

I then tried modified B = (2*10^-7)I/R (I multiplied this equation w/ some whole numbers to account for the multi directions of the field - which I then realized that it was the wrong way) I still got the wrong answers.

I then think, hell, the field might cancel out to zero, which was still wrong. (Obviously, the field was in one direction.)

PLEASE HELP. I'm desperate.

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# Homework Help: Magnetic field at the center of the loop

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