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A conducting loop (as shown) has total resistance R. A uniform magnetic field B=Yt is applied perpendicular to plane of the loop where Y is a constant and t is a time. The induced current flowing through loop is
A conducting loop (as shown) has total resistance R. A uniform magnetic field B=Yt is applied perpendicular to plane of the loop where Y is a constant and t is a time. The induced current flowing through loop is


2 years ago

Susmita
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							Flux$\phi=BA=YtA$Emf$\epsilon = \frac{\mathrm{d}\phi }{\mathrm{d} t}=YA$Current$I=\epsilon/R$For area just add the areas of the two figures.If this helps please approve the answer.If not ask me again.

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