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Week 5 Discussion threads

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Week 5 Discussion threads Magnetic Flux (graded) Discuss the concept of magnetic flux and Faraday's Law to calculate the EMF in a circuit. How does the area of the loop change the amount of magnetic flux?... what is this loop? Have you ever noticed when a large electrical appliance starts running that lights dim momentarily, why does this happen? Respond Collapse All Show Options Responses Author Date & Time Daniel Hale 10 Apr 10 10:36 AM MST Curt Lynch 24 May 10 1:05 PM MST Daniel Hale 24 May 10 1:38 PM MST
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Curt Lynch 25 May 10 1:50 PM MST Daniel Hale 25 May 10 4:40 PM MST Curt Lynch 26 May 10 1:29 PM MST Nicholaus Stacy 26 May 10 2:19 PM MST Kyle Eskeets 26 May 10 3:01 PM MST John Day 27 May 10 7:32 AM MST
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Denten Peasley 27 May 10 11:14 AM MST Loren Henley 26 May 10 10:07 AM MST Kyle Lewis 23 May 10 9:36 PM MST Daniel Hale 24 May 10 1:38 PM MST Christopher Clapp 25 May 10 11:46 AM MST
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Micaiah Dell 25 May 10 1:57 PM MST Daniel Hale 25 May 10 4:41 PM MST Dan Beck 25 May 10 10:42 PM MST
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