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Problem 19

sA magnetic field passing through two identical coils decreases from a magnitude of $B_{\text { ex }}$ to zero in the time interval $\Delta t$ . The first coil has twice the number of turns as the second. (a) Compare the emfs induced in the coils.(b) How can you change the experiment so that the emfs produced in them are the same?

Answer

For Samir, increasing current in loop A increases the magnetic field that causes an increase of magnetic flux through loop B. For Ariana, on the other hand, if the coils were oriented such that the increasing magnetic field produced by loop A does not pass through loop B, then no induced current in B would be observed.

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## Discussion

## Video Transcript

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