Find the magnitude of the magnetic force, Physics

A horizontal power line carries a current of 6110 A from south to north. Earth's magnetic field (86.8 mT) is directed toward the north and is inclined downward at 70 degrees to the horizontal. Find the magnitude of the magnetic force on 100m of the line due to Earth's field.

 

 

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