Hi, I have a question regarding electricity. Suppose I have a conducting wire secured to a table so it's completely stationary. Suppose I attach a resister of some small amount of resistance, perhaps a light bulb. Then I take a magnet and slowly move the magnet near the conductor so that a current is induced. Let us call this trial 1. Then, I swing the magnet again along the same exact path as in trial 1, except this time, I have moved the magnet 10 times as fast as in trial 1. Suppose that in both trial 1 and trial 2, I have cut the same exact lines of magnetic flux at the same points in the same sequence, and the only difference between the two trials is the speed along the trajectory. My question is in regard to voltage, current, and power: Does the speed change any of the electrical features? Does the faster swing induce a stronger voltage? If so, then since resistance stays the same, the current must have also increased with voltage. If time decreased, then power must have increased (according to newton's law energy/time = power), right? If I am wrong in that speed of the swing does not change the voltage nor the current, then does power still increase since time still decreased from trial 1 to trial 2? Are these beliefs correct?