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Problem: A 2.0 m conductor is formed into a square and placed in the horizontal xy-plane. A magnetic field is oriented 30.0° above the horizontal with a strength of 3.0 T. What is the magnetic flux through the conductor? A) 6.0 T • m2 B) 0.65 T • m2​ C) 0.75 T • m2​ D) 0.37 T • m2​

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A 2.0 m conductor is formed into a square and placed in the horizontal xy-plane. A magnetic field is oriented 30.0° above the horizontal with a strength of 3.0 T. What is the magnetic flux through the conductor?

A) 6.0 T • m2

B) 0.65 T • m2

C) 0.75 T • m2

D) 0.37 T • m2

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