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Electricity and Magnetism. (Mag Field)

  1. May 18, 2009 #1
    Okay, I will be honest, this is a homework assignment. For that matter this is the last homework assignment which is very crucial to preparing for the final. But the problem is I have 2 more finals for which I need to study for. So if you can please help me out and give a detailed solution I will appreciate it. Thanks in advance.

    A circular wire loop (radius a = 1m) has a resistance of 5.0 ohms and lies in the x-y plane. A spatially uniform but time-dependent magnetic field exists throughout the region. What is the magnetic flux passing through the loop at t = 2.0s? Show the direction of the current induced in the loop at t = 2.0s. B = 1.0 T sin(wt) [k hat]; w = 1.0 rad/s.
     
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