What is the magnetic field in microteslas, Physics

A surveyor is using a magnetic compass 7.1 m below a power line in which there is a steady current of 120A. What is the magnetic field in microteslas at the site of the compass due to the power line?

 

Posted Date: 3/22/2013 3:43:26 AM | Location : United States







Related Discussions:- What is the magnetic field in microteslas, Assignment Help, Ask Question on What is the magnetic field in microteslas, Get Answer, Expert's Help, What is the magnetic field in microteslas Discussions

Write discussion on What is the magnetic field in microteslas
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
A source producing sound at frequency 400 Hz is moving along the Y axis with a speed of 22 metre per second. A listener is situated at position (660m,0). Find the frequency of the

Explain the Spinning Problems The Law of Conservation of Angular momentum states that if there is no net applied torque on a body then angular momentum is conserved. This is si

How to convert from only a displacement vs time graph given, to velocity AND acceleration vs time graphs?

Out of ordinary and extra-ordinary waves, which wave obeys Snell's law?

A mixture of methanol and water is to be separated in a new separation unit and you are required to provide a report detailing the design and costing of a distillation column with

Hi there, I have online take home quiz tmr, just wondering if there''s a way that you guys can help me. I can take a screenshot of the questions and send it to you. I need the ans

what is moment of Inertia? Give an example, I need some specific and unique examples of moment of interia topic.

how would the results change if the angle of the third load in second experiment increased ? state the differences

What is the difference among Free Electron Theory and Band Theory of solids? Free Electron Theory: This theory says that, metals conduct electricity due to the presence of

Ohm's law : The electric current (i) in a conductor is proportional to the potential difference (V) between its ends of a constant temperature (T).   Verification: To v