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Consider a bar magnet and a loop of wire. We will examine the interactions of these two objects and the resulting induced EMF. Which of the following statements are true about this case?

-if the bar magnet is moved through the loop (North pole first), there will be an induced EMF in the loop

-if the bar magnet is moved through the loop faster, the magnitude of the induced EMF decreases

-to get an induced EMF, it is the relative motion of the magnet and the loop that matters

-if the loop is moved down past the bar magnet, there will not be an induced EMF in the loop

-if the bar magnet sits stationary in the middle of the loop, the induced EMF will have its maximum value.

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