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  calculus and representation of magnetic field produced by a known distribution of current

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I must choose a distribution of electric current to calculate more easily magnetic field (for example using Ampere theorem) and to describe the distribution of current pick and say how to calculate the magnetic field. (also to represent the magnetic field) 

How I must start to do that? Any help will be very well receive. Thanks in advance.

Closed as per community consensus as the post is not graduate-level
asked Aug 12, 2015 in Closed Questions by rhondagarcia [ no revision ]
recategorized Aug 12, 2015 by Dilaton

Voting to close as low-level.

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