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A conducting loop with area 0.13m^2 and resistance 5.0 ohms lies in the x-y plane. A spatially uniform magnetic field points in the z direction. The fields varies with time according to B_z_=at^2 - b, what a=2.4 T/s^2 and b=8.2 T

Find the loop current t=1.5s

I= A

2. Relevant equations

Im looking for I and im given a R so I know I use I=emf/ R

Im guessing my 1st step is to find "emf" but there lies my problem....how should I go about it?

Thankyou.

3. The attempt at a solution

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# Homework Help: Finding loop current

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