1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A conducting rail in contact with zero-resistance conducting wires is pushed with constant speed, causing an induced current of 0.69A. Using Faraday's Law, calculate the rail's speed if the wires are separated by 0.34m. B = 0.50T R = 2.0 2. Relevant equations Magnetic Flux = BAcos() B = Change in Magnetic Flux / Change in Area Induced Emf = Change in Magnetic Flux / Change in time 3. The attempt at a solution I am rather confused, because Faraday's Law involves using an AREA, and I do not have the appropriate dimensions in order to solve for the area. Also, I can't find an equation that relates to Faraday's law that includes velocity.