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Will an object weigh more at the equator or at the

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Will an object weigh more at the equator or at the poles?What two effects are at work? Do they oppose each other?

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Physics 2 for Engineering Week 11 Electromagnetic Induction Maxwell’s Law of Electromagnetism Gauss’s Laws Ampere’s Law Faraday’s Law- induced emf enclosed is equal to the opposite of the rate of magnetic flux Lenz’s Law- direction of induced current opposes the change in magnetic flux B lines diverge as they leave the coil If coils are brought closer, there are more B lines in the remaining area B is induced to cancel the change Motional emf- induced emf generated due to motion of conductor in magnetic field Force exerted by magnetic field B on segment ab, F B ILB I = B L v / R F B B L v / R Induced currents will oppose flux change, generate more additional lines of B Displacement Current Generalizing Ampere’s Law

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