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Suppose you have a coil that is a certain distance from a magnet. Now you move the coil towards the magnet (until it is on top of the magnet) at a certain speed. Then you do the same thing only faster. Will the total induced emf be the same for both tries? Aka should the integrals of the two V_induced vs t plots be the same magnitude, opposite sign?

2. Relevant equations

Faraday's...

3. The attempt at a solution

I'm not at all sure... I'm doing a lab on this and be got different values for the total induced emf, but I have a hunch that it should be the same, can't really explain it though.

Thanks for any hints.

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# Homework Help: Total induced emf at different speeds

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