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Problem: Figure is an edge-on view of a 16 cm diameter circular loop rotating in a uniform 6.4×10−2 T magnetic fieldA) What is the magnetic flux through the loop when θ is 0∘?B) What is the magnetic flux through the loop when θ is 30∘?C) What is the magnetic flux through the loop when θ is 60∘?D) What is the magnetic flux through the loop when θ is 90∘?

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Magnetic flux:

ϕB=BAcosθ, where B is the magnetic field, A is the area, and θ is the angle between B and A.

Area of a circular loop:

A=πr2, where r is the radius of the circular loop. 

The diameter of the circular loop is 16cm

Therefore, radius, r = 16/2 = 8 cm = 0.08 m

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Figure is an edge-on view of a 16 cm diameter circular loop rotating in a uniform 6.4×10−2 T magnetic field


A) What is the magnetic flux through the loop when θ is 0∘?
B) What is the magnetic flux through the loop when θ is 30∘?
C) What is the magnetic flux through the loop when θ is 60∘?
D) What is the magnetic flux through the loop when θ is 90∘?

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