Question

A uniform magnetic field is given by *B*?
=*b**t**k*^, where *b* = 0.33 T/s .

1. Find the current in a conducting loop with area 300 cm2 and
resistance 0.65 ? that lies in the *x-y* plane.

2. In what direction is the current, as viewed from the positive
*z* axis?

clockwise |

counterclockwise |

Answer #1

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