Induced Voltages and Inductance177Answers to Even Numbered Problems 2.(a)(b)71.0010T m−×⋅2288.6610T m−×⋅(c)0 4.zero 6.522.9610T m−8.0.10 mV 10.34 mV 12.52.0 Tµ14.(a)(b)71.8810T m−286.2810V−×16.8.8 A 18.1.00 m s 20.2.87 mV 22.2.8 mV 24.(b)Larger Rmakes current smaller, so the loop must travel faster to maintain equality of magnetic force and weight. (c)The magnetic force is proportional to the product of field and current, while the current is itself proportional to the field. If
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