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aditya kulkarni Grade: 10

Can i apply fleming"s left or right hand rule to a [straight] current carrying conductor in magnetic field i right or wrong if i approach the sum like this ???????????????????????explain meeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee


6 years ago

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879 Points

Dear student,

Yes ofcourse you can apply fleming's law to current carrying conductor...

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Sagar Singh

B.Tech, IIT Delhi

6 years ago
Aniket Patra
48 Points

Yes you can apply the rule.Fleming's rule only gives the direction of the magnetic force acting on the conductor,but remember its basis is the nature of the charge carried by the conductor.

6 years ago
aryan kashyap
34 Points

sum has to be done treating them as vectors.separate components in all 3 axes n then add

6 years ago
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