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Singo N.

Physics 102 Electricity and Magnetism

4 months ago

right hand rule

University college of engineering

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right hand rule

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we have to explain the right hand rule. Okay, right hand rule. Right hand rule. So let us take this diagram. Okay so this is a diagram for the right and rule in which we have three fingers. Okay. And two fingers and one thumb. Okay so this is the first finger and this is the second finger and this is the thumb. Okay, so you have to point out the first finger in the direction of magnetic field. So here is F highlighted so that you can learn that you have to put your first finger in the direction of feet and your second finger in the direction of current, direction of induced current or simply current. Then you will get your thumb into your thumb will represent the direction of the motion. This is the right and rule. Okay? Which says that which gives us the direction of the motion of direction of force. Weekends also say that it gives us the direction of force. Okay, so this is the right and rule which can be used to obtain the direction of force on the magnetic field. Okay? So you have to put your first finger in the direction of magnetic field and your second finger in the direction of current. Then you will get the magnetic force on the wire, okay? Or low anything. Okay? So this is the right and rule explanation. Okay?

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