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    PART ONE:
    The magnetic force between two long, straight, parallel conductors:

    A) increases as the distance between the wires decreases

    B) decreases as the length of the wires increases

    C) increases as the current in either wire decreases

    D) is independent of the length of the wires

    PART TWO:
    A nuclide of a transuranium element is:

    A) 95/36 Kr

    B) 138/56 Ba

    C) 235/92 U

    D)239/94 Pu

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    PART ONE:

    The magnetic force on one parallel wire from the other follows the equation: F= (constant) (I1 * I2) / (2*Pi*d) * L. ...

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