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Two current-carrying wires are exactly parallel to one another and both carry 3.0 A of current. The two wires are separated by a distance of 25 cm. The current in wire 1 moves down while the current in wire 2 moves up. What is the magnitude of the magnetic force per unit length caused by wire 1 on wire 2? What is the direction of the magnetic force caused by wire 1 on wire 2?

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