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Hi, I was reading about the torque due to a magnetic field on a loop and the article was explaining it on a rectangular loop. The field was to the east and the torque turned the loop in the z axis. Now, what if our loop was a circular loop? what would happen? A rectangular loop is easy since there is only 1 net torque due to the 2 forces that don't have the same line of action, but what about a circle? Thanks
Re: Torque due to magnetic field on a circular loop
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