1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data My picture won't upload but there is an x-y plane with point P at (5,4) and a vector shooting off from P in the SW direction. There are two wires pointing into the page (in the z plane) at (5,2) and (10,2). Here is the actual problem: Two very long straight conducting wires are perpendicular to the x-y plane. At point 'p', the magnetic field, shown on the figure below, is due to the currents in wires '1' and '2', with |B| = 4.782×10-4 T. Its components Bx= -4.470×10-4 T and By= -1.700×10-4 T. I. Indicate the direction of the currents in the wires, +z (out of the page) or -z (into the page). II. Calculate the magnitude of the current in wire2. 2. Relevant equations III. Calculate the magnitude of the current in wire1. 3. The attempt at a solution The current in wire 1 is in the -z direction and wire 2 is +z? For the second part Bwire = (miu*I)/ (2*pi*R) I'm especially unsure of what R would be... please help!