How does the current of one wire affect the current of the other wire?
4. You have three parallel wires of length L = 5 m. and mass ELSE! kg arranged to form an isoscelestriangle with the top angle being I! = ED” and a side length of a. = 1D cm.a. If a current of mo amps is run through the bottom two wires, what is the necessary current needed to run in the top Wire such that it leuitates at equilibrium? [1U pts] b. If instead of two separate wires, we had a single wire running 40H amps of current, howfar above this new:r bottom wire would the top wire be at equilibrium? Assume the top wire has the same current as you determined in part A of this problem. [it] pts]