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Drill: Induction
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What is the direction of the current induced in a long solenoid when the north pole of a permanent bar magnet is moved at a constant velocity within its coils?
What is the direction of the current induced in a coil lying flat on a table when the number of vertical magnetic field lines, oriented along the +z-axis, passing through the coil is decreased
What is the type of current produced by rotating a coil within a magnetic field?
What is the general equation for the operation of a motor?
What is the general equation for the operation of a generator?
What unit is used to measure magnetic flux density?
What is the equation for Faraday's Law of Induction?
What is the formula to calculate magnetic flux density?
What is the formula to calculate motional emf?
What will the direction of the current induced in a coil when a north pole of a permanent bar magnet is moved at a constant velocity within the coil be?
What will the direction of the current induced in a coil lying flat on a table when the number of vertical magnetic field lines, oriented along the +z-axis, passing through the coil is decreased?
What type of current is produced by rotating a coil within a magnetic field?
What is the general equation for the operation of a motor?
What is the general equation for the operation of a generator?
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LC Circuit
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Practice with Induced Currents (Constant Area)
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