A rigid, rectangular loop, which measures 0.30 m x 0.40 m, carries a current of 7.7 A, as shown. A uniform external magnetic field of magnitude 2.6 T in the negative x-direction is present. Segment CD is in the xz-plane and forms a 33° angle with the z-axis, as shown. The magnetic moment of the loop is closest to?
A) 0.31 Am2
B) 0.77 Am2
C) 0.46 Am2
D) 0.62 Am2
E) 0.92 Am2
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