1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A rectangular coil with N = 2,000 turns that has a resistance of 7.90 Ohms is coplanar with a long wire which carries a current which depends on time according to I0 *exp(-t/tau), where I0 = 6.50 A and tau = 4.30 s. The rectangular loop has a width of W = 2.00 cm and length L = 7.60 cm. The near side of the loop is a distance D = 2.90 cm from the wire. What is the total energy dissipated in the entire coil from t = 0 to t = 2.60 s? 2. Relevant equations I=I0*exp(-t/tau) Flux= [L*mu*I*ln(1+w/d)] / 2*pi V (or EMF) = d(flux)/dt = [ (L*mu*ln(1+w/d)) / 2*pi ]*(-I0*exp(-t/tau)) where this, (-I0*exp(-t/tau)) , is the time derivative of I P=(V^2)/R Energy= integral(P) 3. The attempt at a solution I already got the previous questions for this problem. The answers resulted in: Flux for one turn of the coil at 2.6 seconds= 2.83×10-8 T*m^2, EMF for entire coil at 2.6 seconds= 1.32×10-5 V, and the power dissipated from the coil at 2.6 seconds=2.19×10-11 W. I just don't know how to integrate the power equation. Thanks!