Force applied on each wire , Physics

Two long wires 'P' and 'Q', carrying equivalent currents of 5 Ampere and the distance among the wire is 5 cm. Determine the force applied on each wire if

a.  Current flowing in similar direction.

b.  Current flowing in diffrent direction. 

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