What is the current in a wire of radius R = 3.40 mm if the magnitude of the current density is given by (a) J a = J r/R and (b) J b = J (1 – r/R), in…

What is the current in a wire of radius R =3.40 mm if the magnitude of the currentdensity is given by (a) J a = J r/R and(b) J b = J (1 – r/R), in which r is the radialdistance and J =5.50104 A/m2 ? (c) Whichfunction maximizes the current density near thewire’s surface?

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