# Question 89507

Jun 11, 2017

$\text{0 N}$

#### Explanation:

Since the current is parallel to the magnetic field, there is no force acting on the wire.

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Where
$\text{i = current (A)}$
$\text{L = length of the wire (m)}$
$\text{B = magnetic field (T)}$
$\sin \left(\theta\right) = \text{angle between current and magnetic field}$

Since the angle between the current and the magnetic field is ${0}^{\circ}$(parallel), then there is no force acting on the wire since the $\sin \left({0}^{\circ}\right) = 0$.