A conducting circular loop of resistance 20$$\Omega $$ and cross-sectional area 20 $$ \times $$ 10-2 m2 is placed perpendicular to a spatially uniform magnetic field B, which varies with time t as B = 2sin(50$$\pi $$t) T. Find the net charge flowing through the loop in 20 ms starting from t = 0.
As shown in the figure, a rectangular loop of conducting wire is moving away with a constant velocity v in a perpendicular direction from a very long straight conductor carrying a steady current I. When the breadth of the rectangular loop is very small compared to its distance from the straight conductor, how does the emf. E induced in the loop vary with time t?
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