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This problem deals with the basic loop configuration you will use in the laboratory to construct a metal detector. Two concentric circular coils of wire lie in a plane. The larger coil has 49 turns and a radius of a = 7.90 cm. The smaller coil also has 49 turns but has a radius of b = 0.85 cm. The current in the larger coil has a time dependence given by = Io sin(ωt) where ω = 14,000 rad/s and Io = 0.50 A. What is the magnitude of the EMF induced in the small coil at t = 2.00 s if you make the approximation that the magnetic field inside the small coil is spatially uniform?

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