1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A 10 cm long, 1 cm diameter solenoid contains 500 turns of wire. A current that varies as I = 5Sin(100πt) Amps flows through the solenoid wire. Calculate the magnitude of the magnetic flux at the centre of the solenoid as a function of time using equation (1). Compare this with the value for an infinitely long solenoid. 2. Relevant equations B = ((μ0*I*n)/2)(sin∅2-sin∅1) (1) 3. The attempt at a solution Having trouble attempting since this is lab homework and we are yet to cover this material in lectures. Also, sorry if this isn't considered advanced physics by this forums standards however, this is a first year 'Advanced Physics' class.