given a current loop, centered at the origin, and tilted 90 degrees so that it enters at x=1 and exits at x=-1, carrying a unit amount of current, and completely disregarding the z axis. is the strength of the magnetic field at any point in the xy plane proportional to 1/(distance from 1,0)^2 - 1/(distance from -1,0)^2 in other words does it have an inverse square relation to the current passing through those two points. I know there are better ways to calculate the net field but I'm looking to understand what is happening here at an intuitive level. I need the whole field. not just the far field or some sort of approximation.