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A solenoid of length 25 cm and radius 0.8 cm with 400 turns is in an external magnetic field of 595 G that makes an angle of 50

Answer #1

**Defining Variables and Constants**

Magnetic flux through the solenoid.

Emf induced.

**SOLUTION PART A)**

The magnetic flux is given by the equation,

**SOLUTION PART B)**

The emf induced is given by the equation,

where is the inductance and can be calculated using,

The current can be calculated using,

so, the emf is,

or

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