The induced current is in the counter-clockwise direction.
The current is in the opposite direction to the change in flux.
Thus, the flux is increasing into the page direction.
The loop in the figure has an induced current as shown. The loop has a resistance of 0.24 Ω.
Part A: Is the magnetic field strength increasing or decreasing?
Part B: What is the rate of change of the field, ΔB/Δt?
|ΔB/Δt| = _______ T/s
Express your answer using two significant figures.
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