Two uniform wires having circular cross-sections, both with the same length and made of identical material, are both maintained at the same potential difference and the same temperature. The first wire has a diameter of 2.2 mm and the second has a diameter of 4 mm. If the current in the first wire is 1.1 amps, then what is the current in the second wire?
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