Alright there is a problem I was given and it has four parts, I got the first two but am having trouble with the last two.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

A)Consider a circular current loop of radius 10.5 cm with 200 total turns. Assume

that the current through the coil is I. What is the magnitude of the magnetic field at the center of the coil? (Your answer should be a numerical value multiplied by the current I).

B_center= [(4*pi*10^-7)*(200)*(I)]/(2*.105) = 0.001197*I

BA time-varying current of the form I(t)=Iosin(2*pi*f*t) is passed

through the circular coil in part a) where Io= 10 mA. Using your

result from a), write down the expression for the time varying

magnetic field B(t) at the center of the coil.

B_center(t) = 0.001197*(.01*sin(2*pi*f*t))

CA small 1.5 cm radius circular current loop is placed at the center of the large current loop from part a) (as shown in the photo) oriented so that the plane of the current loop is perpendicular to the magnetic field. Assume that the magnetic field from the large current loop is constant over the small loop. What is the magnetic flux through the small current loop (use your result from part b))?

This is where I do not know what to do and for the next part I do not really know what to do either.

DWhat is the total induced emf in the small current loop assuming that it has 2000 turns (use your result from part c))? The frequency of the time-varying current is f=1000 Hz. (Your answer should be in the form of a numerical value times a trigonometric function of 2*pi*f*t).

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# Homework Help: What is the magnitude of the magnetic field at the center of the coil?

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