A solenoid used to produce magnetic fields for research purposes is 2.5 m long, with an inner radius of 27 cm and 1000 turns

A solenoid used to produce magnetic fields for research purposes is 2.5 m long, with an inner radius of 27 cm and 1000 turns of wire. When running, the solenoid produced a field of 1.5 T in the center. Given this, how large a current does it carry?

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