### Subject: How do you prove that the magnetizing field H due to a current I is linear?

Date: **Sun Oct 25 22:05:21 1998**

Posted by **Linda Friend**

Grade level: **undergrad**

School: **FSU**

City: **Swanton** State/Province: **MD**

Country: **USA**

Area of science: **Physics**

ID: **909374721.Ph**

**Message:**

The formula given for H is:
H= (4*PI*NI)/(10 l)
What is the derivation of the above equation?

Re: How do you prove that the magnetizing field H due to a current I is linear?

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