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At the equator, the direction of Earth's magnetic field is horizontal and to the north, and the magnitude is 3.5 105T. Part A What is the magnetic...

At the equator, the direction of Earth's magnetic field is horizontal and to the north, and the magnitude is 3.5 ×10−5T.

Part A

What is the magnetic flux through a circular loop of radius 0.26 m , lying flat on the ground at the equator?



Φ =  Wb  


Part B

What is the magnetic flux through the loop of radius 0.26 m balanced on its edge on the ground at the equator, when the axis that runs perpendicular to the plane of the loop points northwest?



Φ = Wb  


Part C

What is the magnetic flux through the loop of radius 0.26 m balanced on its edge on the ground at the equator, when the axis that runs perpendicular to the plane of the loop is points due north?



Φ = Wb  


Part D

What is the magnetic flux through the loop of radius 0.26 m balanced on its edge on the ground at the equator, when the axis that runs perpendicular to the plane of the loop is points to the west?



Φ = Wb  

Top Answer

 The area of the loop is calculated as follows:   A = π r ​ 2 ​ ​   = π × 0 . 2 6 ​ 2 ​... View the full answer

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