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The square loop circuit in the diagram has sides of length 2.00 m, and each resistor is 4. The loop is placed in a uniform 0.330 T magnetic field...

The square loop circuit in the diagram has sides of length 2.00 m, and each resistor is 4.60 Ω. The loop is placed in a uniform 0.330 T magnetic field pointing into the page. The loop, which is hinged at each corner, is pulled as shown until the distance between points P and Q is 2.40 m. (The sides of the circuit stay the same length, but the square is "flattened" into a rhombus.)


Calculate the circuit loop's final area.

If this process takes 0.100 s, what is the average current generated in the loop? Enter your answer as positive if the current flows counterclockwise around the loop.

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