Here is the problem: You have a loop of radius r1 and r2. You have a rectangle with dimensions of length a and b (b>a) with a uniform magnetic field only passing through this rectangle, into the page. What is the magnetic flux through the loop? To better help visualize the diagram, the length b is parallel to the y-axis, while the length a is parallel to the x-axis. This problem was on our final (I'm taking the calculus based physics course). If someone could work this out so I could compare it with what I did at home (assuming I did it the same as on the final) I would appreciate it. Thanks.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Steve

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# Flux through the loop

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