A long straight wire carries an alternating current I(t) = I0 cos(ωt). Nearby is a square loop. The wire lies in the plane of the loop, parallel to two sides of the square, which are at distances a and b from the wire. (The side of the square is b − a.)

(b) Solve the same problem, however, by using the electric field E(s) found in Example 7.9 (p. 319).

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