Magnetic flux through a solenoid problem

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In one of the problems dealing with solenoid, they gave the value of flux through the cross-section of the solenoid(say 1.6x10^(-3)Weber). Do they mean that this is the flux through a single turn of the solenoid? I get the answer if i take it this way.

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Doc Al
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Do they mean that this is the flux through a single turn of the solenoid?
Sure.

Flux is the product of the magnetic field and the area it passes through (the perpendicular area). Assume this is constant throughout the solenoid.
 
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Thanks Doc Al.
 

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