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A solenoid inductor has an emf of 0.20 V when the current through it changes at the rate 10.0 A/s. A steady current of 0.10 A produces a flux of 5.0 microWb per turn.

The number of loops in the solenoid is the value which needs to be found.

2. Relevant equations

3. The attempt at a solution

I have been going through this problem for a good hour, and am simply stuck. Clearly there are two different cases which are presented for the same solenoid, which clearly means that each case needs to be plugged into an equation and these two equations must be related through an unknown variable. Please state any equations you may use in the solving of this problem, I have two pages of fruitless work in front of me.

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# Homework Help: Solenoid flux-emf-current problem

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