1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A metal ring with a radius of 10cm and resistance 0.1Ω passes through a delimited magnetic field, look at the photo posted below. The ring has a velocity of 5m/s, and the magnetic field has the field strength 0.4T. When the ring passes through the magnetic field, at some points an electrical current is induced in the ring. Decide the direction and value of the current as the ring passes through. 2. Relevant equations Faradays law of induction: ε=-ΔΦ/Δt 3. The attempt at a solution I tried to find the induced voltage at spot number two, by using the formula: ε=(-π*0.1m*0.4t)/x I wasnt really able to figure out the time, since no distances except the radius of the ring are given.