A Horizontal Wire Carries a Current as Shown in Figure Below Between Magnetic Poles N and S: - CBSE Class 10 - Science
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A horizontal wire carries a current as shown in Figure below between magnetic poles N and S:
Is the direction of the force on the wire due to the magnet:
(a) in the direction the current
(b) vertically downwards
(c) opposite to the current direction
(d) vertically upwards
Applying Fleming's left-hand rule, we find that the force on the wire will act vertically upward.
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Solution A Horizontal Wire Carries a Current as Shown in Figure Below Between Magnetic Poles N and S: Concept: Fleming’s Left Hand Rule.