1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A solenoid is 0.16 m long and consists of 130 turns of wire. At its center, the solenoid produces a magnetic field with a strength of 2.0 mT. Find the current in the coil. 2. Relevant equations B=μNI/L B=strengh of magnet N=number of loops I= current and L=lengh μ is the constant 2e-7 3. The attempt at a solution I plugged in 2mT=(2e-7)(130)(I)/.16m I got 2mt=(.0001625)(I). I then did 2/.0001625 and got the current to equal 12,307.69 but it isn't right.What did I do wrong?