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A wire loop with area 8.00 cm2 is placed inside a 20.0 cm long solenoid with 5.00×104 turns that carries a current of 1.10 A. The loop is concentric with the solenoid. If the length of the solenoid is stretched so that its length increases at a rate of 3.00e?2 m/s, with the number of turns remaining constant, what is the initial induced potential difference in the wire loop? Answer should be 4.15e-4 V

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