Motional emf

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I=BLv/R=.0043A which is obviously wrong, not sure why though?
 

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Homework Statement



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Homework Equations





The Attempt at a Solution


I=BLv/R=.0043A which is obviously wrong, not sure why though?
parta=4.274A
partb=clockwise
partc=0A
partd=no direction
parte=4.273A
partf=anti-clockwise.....
you didn't convert cm unit into meter......hope this was helpful.......
 
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if thats right than I must just have a wrong exponent somewhere
 
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mind telling me how you got that because I checked mine and I keep getting 0.00427A??
 
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yupe....you correct....its 0.0427....sorry for previous answer and inconvinience......so wats the problem now....you getting the answer.....
 
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No,thats not the answer, I tried that but it tells me its incorrect.
 
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here the resistance 3.5ohm is of the whole loop.But,we have to consider resistance of only the length of the side which we are considering in calculation...
R=(3.5*8)/40.
now do calculation and hope you will get the answer....... :)
 

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