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In a region of space, the magnetic field increases at a constant rate. This changing magnetic field induces an electric field that (a) increases in time (b) is conservative (c) is in the direction of the magnetic field (d) has a constant magnitude. And why explain?

Induced electric field E in Equation 31.9 (see attachment) is a non-conservative field that is generated by a changing magnetic field. Explain what is a non-conservative field.

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In a region of space, the magnetic field increases at a constant rate. This changing magnetic field induces an electric field that
(a) increases in time
(b) is conservative
(c) is in the direction of the magnetic field
(d) has a constant magnitude.

And why explain?
Since the magnetic ...

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The expert examines magnetic field increases at constant rates. Non-conservative fields that are generated by a changing magnetic field are analyzed.

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