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    Determining how Far a Point of Specific Magnetic Field Strength is from a Current-Carrying Wire

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    A long, straight wire carries a current of 48 A. The magnetic field produced by this current at a certain point is 7.0E-5 T. How far is the point from the wire? Answer in meters.

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    This succinct solution uses the relevant formula to find the distance a point of specific magnetic field strength would have to be from the current-carrying wire that produced that field when given the aforementioned strength.