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One block of conductor is positioned in the magnetic field (into page) and the block is moving up with certain velocity. What will be the separation of the induced charges?
2. Two current flowing wires are positioned parallel to each other (1 m apart). They are carrying the current of I in the same direction. If there is point P which is midway between two wires and the magnetic field strength experience by at point P due to one wire is B, then what is the magnitude of magnetic field strength on Point P due to both wires?
The Attempt at a Solution
1. I thought that since when i use the flemings right hand rule my middle finger points left side so left side of conducting block is negatively charged and right hand side is positively charged but the answer is just opposite. Isnt the direction where the middle finger is pointing is the direction of the current? and the direction of current is from positive to negative?
2. As the current is flowing in the same direction, the N pole and S pole of each wire would face the different pole and that's why they are not canceling each other out so i tought that the magnitude of magnetic field strength would be doubled, but the answer was Zero
Thankyou for reading and sorry for my poor English.