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Vectorially, the magnetic fields due to both the bar magnets are perpendicular and towards their south poles and their magnitude is B = ( mu/4pi ) (M/d 3 ) Therefore the resultant magnetic field will be (mu /4 pi) (sqrt 2 M/d 3 ) May I know why I'm wrong? sqrt - square root, mu - permeability constant Sorry this is already in discussion here , I guess I wrote a new post instead of replying.


Vectorially, the magnetic fields due to both the bar magnets are perpendicular and towards their south poles and their magnitude is B = (mu/4pi) (M/d3) Therefore the resultant magnetic field will be (mu/4pi) (sqrt 2 M/d3) May I know why I'm wrong?

sqrt - square root, mu - permeability constant
Sorry this is already in discussion here, I guess I wrote a new post instead of replying.


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