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    A circular current loop made of flexible wire is located in a magnetic field B; you may keep B constant or vary it. Describe three ways an emf can be induced in the loop.

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    There is the Faraday's law( I am sorry, but I am not sure about correct spelling of the guy's name) which states that an emf induced in a closed circuit due to an external magnetic field is equal to:
    Eemf = - /t.
    Where  is the magnetic flux through the loop, in our case. The minus sign ...

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    A circular current loop made with flexible wire located in a magnetic field are analyzed. Three ways an emf can be induced in the loop is described.

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