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    Two infinitely long wires are placed parallel to each other at a distance d. One wire carries the current I_1 and the other carries the current I_2. Using the Lorentz Law of force, F = q (E + V x B), find the force density (i.e., force per unit length) that one wire exerts on the other.

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