Lenz's Law and EMF wire

1. Homework Statement
A wire is bent into three circular segments each of radius r=9.2 cm. each segment is a quadrant of circle, ab lying in the xy plane, bc, in the yz plane, and ca lying in the zx plane. If a uniform magnetic field points in the positive x direction, what is in volts the magnitude of the emf developed in the wire when B increases at the rate of 3.4 mT/s?
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2. Homework Equations
so what i used was faraday's law and lenz's law by using the formula
$$\epsilon$$=d(B A)/dt
and then since area (A) is constant you can bring it out. and area would equal 1/4$$\pi$$r$$^{2}$$ and the dB/dt is given. the only problem is that i dont know what to do with the components as you have the pieces on all three axis and how wood i deal with each component?

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pam
There are no components for the EMF. Your projected area seems right.
Just multiply A and dB/dt.

oh so jus do it for each section and add it up or make it 3/4pi*r^2 time dB/dt

pam
No. The projected area area for the flux is just the pi*r^2/4.

oh ok thanks alot