1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Two long thin parallel wires a distance d = 14.6 cm apart carry 25-A currents (I) in the same direction. The magnetic field is measured at point P, a distance d1 = 12.1 cm from the lower wire and a distance d2 = 5.8 cm from the upper wire. a. Find the x and y components of the magnetic field at P due to the current in the lower wire only. b. Find the x and y components of the magnetic field at P due to the current in the upper wire only. c. Determine the magnitude |B| of the total magnetic field at P. 2. Relevant equations B = mu0/2 pi * I/d 3. The attempt at a solution to find B1x : = -Bcos 30 -mu0/2*pi *25/.121 *sqrt3/2 this isn't the right answer, since the rest of the problems are the same way, I need to make sure I understand what I'm doing wrong before moving on. Someone please help!