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A current I enters a circular coil of radius R, branches into two parts and then recombines as shown in the circuit diagram
The resultant magnetic field at the centre of the coil is
 Zero



The correct answer is: Zero
Magnetic field a
Magnetic field at
The resultant magnetic field at the centre
So, magnetic field become is zero.
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