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Problem: A spatially homogeneous magnetic field changes in time according to the equation B = B0(3t 2 + t + k) where B0 and k are constants. The field "flows" through a fixed area A with an inclination angle φ = 60° with respect to the (perpendicular to the) area. Find an algebraic expression for the emf  induced around a circuit enclosing the area A, as a function of time.

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A spatially homogeneous magnetic field changes in time according to the equation B = B0(32 + t + k) where B0 and are constants. The field "flows" through a fixed area A with an inclination angle φ = 60° with respect to the (perpendicular to the) area. Find an algebraic expression for the emf  induced around a circuit enclosing the area A, as a function of time.

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