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    Consider a loop of wire in an external magnetic field. Which of the following choices are consistent with Faraday's Law of Induction?

    There will be an induced EMF if the external B field is weak.
    There will be an induced EMF if the external B field is strong.
    There will be an induced EMF if the external B field is changing.
    There will be an induced EMF if the external B field is constant.
    There will be an induced EMF if the external B field is zero.

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    There will be an induced EMF if the external B field is changing.

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    Provides steps necessary to determine which of the choices are consistent with the Law of Induction.

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