magnetic forces and torque The plane of a rectangular loop of wire with a width of 5.00cm and a height of 8.00cm is parallel to a magnetic field of magnitude 0.200T. The loop carries a current of 6.60A. What is the maximum torque that can be obtained with the same total length of wire carrying the same current in this magnetic field? I found the torque that acts around the loop to be 5.28*10^-3 N*m. I figured that since the torque = IBA sin(theta) and that the length, area, and magnetic field must the same, the maximum torque must be when sin(theta)=1. Wouldnt' this mean that the torque I found is the max amount? Thanks!!