1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Hi everyone, some school mates sugested id try this forum for help with this work i have :) - will try to keep it short We were trying to induce current in a coil and confirm the experimental results with math, but the math is way off and nobody is sure why... Experiment: Cooper Coil (3Ω) (measured with multimeter) Rectangle (6.5 cm x 3,5 cm) → Area ≈ 0.002275 m2 Number of Turns 6 Magnet Rectangle (4cm x 10cm x 5cm) (3050 Gauss) → 0.305 Tesla Δt of passing the magnet was around 1sec... but we had a hard time keeping this scientific and precise Results: Digital Multimeter set to 2mA - Average of the readings turned out 0.0048 0.0048mA → 48x10-7 A I = V/A → V = 0.000014 Volts 2. Relevant equations Now for the Theoric Rusults: Φ = B ⋅ A ⋅ cosθ → Φ= 0.305 ⋅ 0.002275 ⋅ cos0 = 0.000694 ξ= - N ⋅ (dΦ/dt) → ξ = - 6 ⋅ 0.000694/1 = 0.004163 Volts 3. The attempt at a solution Why there is such a big difference in our math vs our experience? Are we doing something wrong? Thanks for any help ;) Cheers!