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Equation (1.9) tells us that for a fixed current through the wire the circulation of B is the same for any curve that surrounds the wire. For curves - say circles - that are farther away from the wire, the circumference is larger, so the tangential component of B must decrease. You can see that we would, in fact, expect B to decrease linearly with the distance from a long straight wire.
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based on 26 ratings.

Name | WPM | Accuracy |
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eventlogging | 170.00 | 100% |

christianfennes | 123.33 | 98.2% |

14nganhc1 | 112.33 | 98.2% |

ilovejujubee | 108.52 | 96.6% |

concernsheep | 105.98 | 98.7% |

staylor1014 | 105.47 | 95.3% |

samuraininja | 102.38 | 91.5% |

erdrag0n | 100.97 | 95.8% |

jgdude | 99.49 | 93.3% |

user58947 | 98.28 | 97.7% |

Name | WPM | Accuracy |
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itzy_yeji | 22.90 | 92.6% |

user109524 | 29.80 | 96.0% |

delyndia | 31.91 | 89.7% |

maheem | 57.30 | 95.1% |

adi0503 | 53.17 | 96.3% |

magesh | 81.33 | 92.7% |

jgdude | 99.49 | 93.3% |

lome | 58.65 | 97.5% |