Electromagnetic field question

How can this equation be rearranged to solve for the magnetic field B? In summary, the conversation discusses finding the magnetic field B inside a large field coil by using the induced emf measured on a test coil. The equation for the induced emf in an AC magnetic field is mentioned, and it is suggested that this equation can be rearranged to solve for B.
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Homework Statement


How would you find the magnetic field B inside the large field coil after you measured the induced emf on a test coil?


Homework Equations


i am not sure.


The Attempt at a Solution


i need some help in how to start this as i have 0 clue
 
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helloabhihere said:

Homework Statement


How would you find the magnetic field B inside the large field coil after you measured the induced emf on a test coil?


Homework Equations


i am not sure.


The Attempt at a Solution


i need some help in how to start this as i have 0 clue

I'm presuming that they are talking about an AC B-field.

What is the equation for the EMF induced in a coil immersed in an AC magnetic field?
 

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