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Problem 53 Easy Difficulty

Two circular loops of wire surround an insulating rod as in Figure P20.53. Loop 1 carries a current I in the clockwise direction when viewed from the left end. If loop 1 moves toward loop 2, which remains stationary, what is the direction of the induced current in loop 2 when viewed from the left end?

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