Can anyone point me in the right direction? I'm awful with electromagnetism.
Do you know Faraday's law? This is a pretty straight forward application of Faraday's law. Just do the EMF induced in 1 turn of the wire, and then multiply by 100 since there's 100 turns. It's just that simple.
It's finding the EMF induced in one turn that's the problem. I know EMF=-d[tex]\Phi[/tex]/dt but I don't know how to find that when I'm just given the rate of increase of B.
Now, since the B field is constant over that surface, and is perpendicular to that surface:
Can you figure it out from there?
Thanks for your help. Iurns out I was using the circumference rather than the area, which was giving me the wrong answer!
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