1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A conducting square loop (L × L) moving with velocity vo ay m/s where the magnetic flux density is B=Bo ax Wb/m2 in 0 < y < 2L, and is equal to zero when 0 > y and y > L. Determine the current in the loop and plot its magnitude as a function in the loop's position in the y-axis. Assume the loop's front at y=0 and t=0 (time), and its resistance is R Ω. 2. Relevant equations I=V/R (Ohm's law) Vemf=u × B × dl (× refers to cross product, u is the velocity) 3. The attempt at a solution Vemf=- vo B l V I=Vemf/R = ( - vo B l )/ R A I don't know whether I am doing OK or not. I feel like I've missed up with dl. Can anyone clarify?