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Physics 1 Problem Solutions 236

# Physics 1 Problem Solutions 236 - Chapt 31 Faradays Law of...

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Chapt. 31 Faraday’s Law of Induction and Inductors Multiple-Choice Problems 031 qmult 00100 1 1 2 easy memory: Faraday’s law of induction 1 1. The general form of is E = contintegraldisplay ( vector E + vectorv × vector B ) · dvectors = d Φ dt , where E is the induced emf around a closed contour, vector E is the Maxwell-Faraday law induced electric field, vectorv is the velocity of the contour in the observer’s inertial frame of reference, vector B is the magnetic field, Φ is the magnetic flux linked by the contour, the time derivative includes variations in flux (as seen in the observer’s frame) due to changing magnetic field (giving the Maxwell-Faraday law of induction) and due the contour motion (giving the motional emf Faraday law of induction), and the minus sign along with other conventions gives the direction of the emf in the contour. a) Amp` ere’s law b) Faraday’s law of induction c) Gauss’s law d) Gauss’s law for magnetism e) Lenz’s law
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