# At another location, the magnetic field is found to be 0.2423mT directed 55°. What are the x and y coordinates of this location, measured in meters?

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A wire carrying 969mA is travelling upwards along the Z axis through four different materials, one in each quadrant. The first quadrant is composed of cobalt; the second quadrant has iron, the third quadrant is made of nickel, and the 4th quadrant is air.

A wire carrying 969mA is travelling upwards along the Z axis through four different materials, one in each quadrant. The first quadrant is composed of cobalt; the second quadrant has iron, the third quadrant is made of nickel, and the 4th quadrant is air.

Another location is with respect to first location described in first part of this question here.

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To find the x and y coordinates of the location, we can use trigonometry. Given that the magnetic field is directed at an angle of 55°, we can use the cosine and sine functions to determine the x and y components of the field. The x component (Bx) can be calculated as B * cos(θ), and the y component (By) can be calculated as B * sin(θ), where B is the magnitude of the magnetic field (0.2423 mT) and θ is the angle (55°).

Using these formulas: Bx = 0.2423 mT * cos(55°) ≈ 0.2423 mT * 0.5736 ≈ 0.1389 mT By = 0.2423 mT * sin(55°) ≈ 0.2423 mT * 0.8192 ≈ 0.1985 mT

So the x coordinate is approximately 0.1389 meters and the y coordinate is approximately 0.1985 meters.

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