1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data See attachment. 2. Haven't gotten there yet. 3. The problem I'm having with this is seeing the connection between the capacitor (at least, that's what I assume that square thing is) and the loop. Frankly, I don't see why there would be or why there must be current in the loop at all. These are thought processes I've followed so far: 1. Energy stored in the capacitor implies there's a charge on the capacitor. 2. Charge on the capacitor implies that there is a voltage difference across the capacitor. 3. Voltage across capacitor causes a current in the loop...? OR 1. Charged up capacitor means the current in the capacitor has stopped/is stopping. 2. Dwindling current implies a changing electric field. 3. Changing electric field induces a magnetic field in loop. 4. ???? somehow that relates to current in the loop?