Magnetic field is zero, Physics

Two parallel wires P and Q situated at a separation of 6 cm carry electric currents i1=5 A and i2 = 2 A in opposite directions as given in fig-. Determine the point on the line PQ where the resultant magnetic field is zero. 


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