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Magnetic Induction: Application (14) Consider an RC circuit with R = 3Ω , C = 2 μ F wired in the form of a square with sides of length L = 0 . 9 m and positioned in a region of uniform magnetic field ~ B pointing out of the plane. The magnitude of the field varies with time as shown in the graph. At time
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