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- A square wire loop has sides 2 meters long, with a current 5 amps circulating in the loop. What is the magnetic field at the exact center of the loop?

I was going the direction of the law of Biot and Savart and integrating to get B = u0/4pi * integral( I*dl x r(hat)/r^2)

I just cant seem to get anywhere, any ideas?

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# Homework Help: Magnetic Field problem

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