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Nonuniform Current Density

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A long, straight conducting wire of radius R has a nonuniform current density J=J[tex]_{}0[/tex]*r/R , where J[tex]_{}0[/tex] is a constant. The wire carries total current I .Find an expression for J[tex]_{}0[/tex] in terms of I and R .
 

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pam
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You have to integrate: [tex]I=2\pi\int_0^R Jrdr[/tex].
 
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