I have a question dealing with magnetic flux that I cannot seem to get. Please help(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Question= A 2m conductor is formed into a square and placed in the xy plane. a magnetic field is oriented 30 degrees above the horizontal with a strength of 6T. What is the magnetic flux through the conductor?

I would solve this by using the equation: Flux = BAcos(theta) = (6T)(2^2)cos30 = 20.8

however this answer is incorrect. can anyone tell me what im doing wrong

thanks!

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