A wire hoop is placed in front of a strong magnet, with the magnetic field B=1.1 T, pointing as shown. The strength and direction of the magnetic field are constant through the loop. The sides of the hoop have a track in which a copper wire of length 9.1 cm and mass 25 g, is allowed to move freely with negligible friction. The wire is released and allowed to fall and reaches a constant velocity of 3.4 m/s. What is the resistance of the copper wire (assuming that the resistance of the wire hoop is negligible)?
I honestly don't know where to start, I've thought about trying to do something with resistivity but we weren't given anything about area, and then it throws me the velocity and I'm not sure what to do.