The magnitude of force per unit length on a wire carrying current I at O due to two semi infinite wires as shown in figure, (if the distance between the long parallel segments of the wire being equal to L and current in them is I) is:
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Net Magnetic field at point O due to both the wires shall be B=−2∫00900μ0I2πlsinθdθ along −k
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