1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A coil with 253 turns of wire, a total resistance of 28 Ohms, and a cross-section area of 0.36m^2 is positioned in a plane perpendicular to the field of a powerful electromagnet. What average current is induced in the coil during the 0.33s that the magnetic field drops from 2.2T to 0.0T? Answer in units of A. 2. Relevant equations E = BA / t V = IR 3. The attempt at a solution EMF = Change in B * Area / time = (2.2 * .36) / .33 I plug that into V = IR V = IR [(2.2 * .36) / .33] = I * 28 Ohms I = [(2.2 * .36) / .33] / 28 = 0.0857142857A However I get the wrong answer. I think it has something to do with the 253 coils of wire but I'm not sure. Any help is appreciated.