I have been trying to derive a general formula for finding out the magnetic field at an axial point of a polygon of \(n\) sides. Can you provide me with the derivation as I am in an urgent need of this formula?

Help would be really appreciated.

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TopNewestIt is easy. Just take the components of the magnetic field by each side and add them. I shall not provide the entire derivation as I've got mains tomorrow.

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Best of luck!

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Thanks .

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@Aditya Kumar Thanks for your help and all the best for your Mains!!!

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Thanks.

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@Rohit Gupta

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@Rajdeep Dhingra @Aditya Kumar

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