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## Main Question or Discussion Point

ok, lets say we have a battery connected to a resistor and an inductance in series

-|battery|+______ 00000(inductor)______resistance(R)

if the rate of change of current is decreasing , then the induced EMF in the inductor would be towards the right? because they would want to strengthened and thus oppose the change.

so since the induced emf is towards the right, why is the potential at the right higher? shouldn't the left be higher? so that the induced emf is from higher(left) to lower(right) ?

thanks

-|battery|+______ 00000(inductor)______resistance(R)

if the rate of change of current is decreasing , then the induced EMF in the inductor would be towards the right? because they would want to strengthened and thus oppose the change.

so since the induced emf is towards the right, why is the potential at the right higher? shouldn't the left be higher? so that the induced emf is from higher(left) to lower(right) ?

thanks