The direction of the induced current creates an induced magnetic field to oppose the change changes in magnetic flux. Fingers curl in the direction of induced current and thumb points in the direction of the induced magnetic field.
There is counterclockwise induced current in the conducting loop shown in Figure Q25.9. Is the magnetic field inside the loop increasing in strength, decreasing in strength, or steady?
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