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Two parallel conductors are separated by a distance, d carrying a current, I in the same direction. The magnetic field along a line running parallel to the conductors and midway between them is (A) zero (B) proportional to I (C) proportional to d (D) proportional to the permeability of the medium. 

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The  magnetic  field  along  the conductor at  the  midway point  is  zero  because  equal  magnitide  of  field  are produced  in  each conductor   therefore  the  resultant  magnetic field  at  the  midway  is  zero.

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