1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A conducting disk (very thin) of thickness h, diameter D, and conductivity [tex]\sigma[/tex] is placed in a uniform alternating magnetic field B = Bosin[tex]\omega[/tex]t parallel to the axis of the disk. Determine the induced current density as a function of the distance from the axis of the disk. Also mention the direction of the current. 2. Relevant equations [tex]\oint[/tex]B.da = [tex]\mu_o[/tex] Ienc 3. The attempt at a solution From ampere's law, i derirved [tex]\nabla[/tex]xB = [tex]\mu_o[/tex]J. Is my approach correct ? How do i make use of thickness, diameter and conductivity of the disk?