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## Homework Equations

I used this equation: U = dBS/dt

and then - > (B*r^2*pi*I)/e_0

## The Attempt at a Solution

Resoult should be 7.4 microV

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I used this equation: U = dBS/dt

and then - > (B*r^2*pi*I)/e_0

Resoult should be 7.4 microV

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What do you mean ? The resoult is not mine is from the book. Its what it should be not what i get. From the equation i put up i get totaly difrent stuff i dont even think its the right one. I hope someone can resolve this...

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Sorry * hmm i didn t even see it said the attempt :P. Its the actual resoult as i said.

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So what do you get and how do you get it?Its what it should be not what i get.

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I use the equation that i wrote. The resoult is realy irelevant cus it must be wrong but here it is.So what do you get and how do you get it?

B= 0.65 r = 0.75 * 10^-6 and I = 23 so -> (0.65 * (0.75*10^-6)^2 * pi * 23) / (1.6 * 10^-19) = 1.65 * 10^8 is what i get

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