1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A metal loop is attached to an axle with a handle as shown. The north pole of a magnet is placed blow the loop and handle turned so that the looks rotates counterclockwise at a constant angular speed. Suppose the loop (the one above) were replaced by a second loop that is identical to the first except for a small cut in it. The loop is rotated as before. 1. How does the maximum induced emf in the uncut loop compare to the maximum induced emf in the cut loop? 2. How does the maximum induced current in the uncut loop compare to the maximum induced current in the cut loop? 2. Relevant equations This question is conceptual 3. The attempt at a solution Well, for #2 I think that the maximum induced current in the cut loop will be smaller than in the uncut loop, because in the uncut loop the current continuously moves around the loop. This does not happen in the cut loop. But as for #1, I don't really know how to relate current to emf. Any suggestions on what to do?