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1.
A cylindrical region of space of radius R contains a uniform
magnetic field B with direction into the page. If the magnitude B
inside the cylinder changes in time and outside the cylinder it is
zero, describe the induced electric field (magnitude and direction)
for points inside the cylinder (r < R). Find the magnitude and
direction of the induced electric field at r = 5.00 cm if the
magnetic field changes at a constant rate from 0.500T to zero in
0.100 s. Assume that the cylindrical region has a radius of 10.0
cm.

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