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(Solution) If a copper tube has current flowing to the right in the presence of a magnetic field going forward ("into the board"), we expect the...

1. If a copper tube has current flowing to the right in the presence of a magnetic field going forward ("into the board"), we expect the weight on the scale to belighterthan with no current flowing.True/False2. When using the right-hand rule, order of operations is important. Which of these sets of orders is correct in calculating the magnetic force on an object? (l = length of current carrying wire, v = velocity of a moving charge, B = strength of magnetic field)l x B, v x B B x l, v x B l x B, B x v B x l, B x v 3. The magnetic force measured (as a change in the weight of the copper tube) should scale ____________ with increasing the current through the tube.inverselylinearly quadraticallyexponentially 4. A copper tube with mass 100g and 10cm long contains a current of 1A running through to the right. A magnetic field is turned on going forward ("into the board") with a strength of 1T. In grams, rounded to the nearest tenth, what will the scale read? (Note: the scale will read whatever force it needs to use to balance the tube divided by g = 9.81 m/s^2)

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