1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A wire carrying 1.5 A passes through a region containing a 2.0 T magnetic field. The wire is perpendicular to the field and makes a quarter-circle turn of radius R= 1/ as it passes through the field region as shown below. Find the magnitude and direction of the magnetic force on this section of wire. Use the coordinate system shown and take the +z-axis out of the page. (Hint: Do Not Integrate) 2. Relevant equations Fb=ILxB 3. The attempt at a solution So what I did was I drew a straight line from where the wire enters the field to where it exits. Then I used the Pythagorean theorem to get the length of the wire, which is 1m (assuming meters, could call it units I suppose). Then I used the right hand rule, with ILxB, and got Fb being 90 degrees up and to the right of the wire. So Fb=ILBsin90=3 N.Would this be a correct way of doing it?