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## Homework Statement

H1=10

H2=-10

B1=1.5

B2=-1.5

## Homework Equations

(change)Uloop = (change)H2*B2 + (change)H1*B1

## The Attempt at a Solution

=(H1-H2)(B2-B1)

=(10-(-10))(-1.5-1.5)

=-60 j/m^3

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H1=10

H2=-10

B1=1.5

B2=-1.5

(change)Uloop = (change)H2*B2 + (change)H1*B1

=(H1-H2)(B2-B1)

=(10-(-10))(-1.5-1.5)

=-60 j/m^3

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So, it sould be something like ((H1-H2)(B2-B1))*f ?

Where did I go wrong with units?

Is it j/m^2 due to area (not volume)?

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Yes. ASo, it should be something like ((H1-H2)(B2-B1))*f ?

You didn't go wrong. I did. The per-cycle energy dissipation units are J mWhere did I go wrong with units?

Is it j/m^2 due to area (not volume)?

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So, final answer sould be:Yes. Alike! :-)lot

You didn't go wrong. I did. The per-cycle energy dissipation units are J m^{-3}just as you said. Except the final answer is of course in J sec^{-1}m^{-3}.

=((H1-H2)(B2-B1))*f

=-60 * 50

=-3000 j sec^-1 m^-3

Makes sense. Thanx for help :)

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OK, except no minus sign. Energy is dissipated in heat.So, final answer sould be:

=((H1-H2)(B2-B1))*f

=-60 * 50

=-3000 j sec^-1 m^-3

Makes sense. Thanx for help :)

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