Conducive Conductor

A conductor of length \(l\) carrying a current \( i\) was placed across a solenoid (magnetic field inside the solenoid is \(B\)), such that it makes an angle of 30 degrees with the axis of the solenoid experiences a force \(F\).

If the orientation of the conductor is changed, so that it now makes an angle of 60 degree with the axis of the solenoid, then what is the force experienced by it is given by?

Assume \(l\) is much much larger than the breadth of the solenoid.

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