In my query, I'll be discussing a test charge and I'd appreciate any responses
My doubts stem from this statement and might involve misinterpretation of it
"Since the magnitude of B is 10T, there is a uniform density of 10 field lines per m2 so that the flux through a 1m2 square that is perpendicular to the field is 10Wb if we take one field line as being 1Wb.
If we place a 10m2 surface perpendicular, there are 100 field lines in the surface, so 100Wb.
We could also say each field line is 10Wb and say there is 1 field line per m2 or say each field line is 100Wb and there is 1 field line per 10m2. It doesn't matter as long as the magnetic flux density (B) is the same"
Q1)When it's stated that there's magnetic flux density (B)/Field Intensity somewhere on an Area is 10T would saying intensity vectors of 6T and 4T pass through it be accurate? but the field intensity everywhere is on the area as a whole is said to be 10T. Is this an incorrect interpretation? i asked people about it but according to them my interpretation is wrong which is what brought me here
Q2) It's often said Density is proportional to Strength but I don't get the essence of it, There's an intensity vector everywhere at every point so why is the density around? discussing an area near a charge and farther from the charge would essentially still have a Field passing. then why are distant and crowded lines observed in fields? how does the intensity vary in the field throughout an area? simply saying density is proportional to intensity doesn't make sense to me.
simply put prove that strength on a area away and near a point is different or not , would we get a constant value considering how there's a diff value on each point on the area?
i understand that this might just sound like a stupid question but i urge you to give a response.