The drawing depicts a copper loop lying flat on a table (not shown) and connected to a battery via a closed switch. The current I in the loop generates the magnetic field lines shown in the drawing. The switch is then opened and the current goes to zero. There are also two smaller conducting loops A and B lying flat on the table, but not connected to batteries. Determine the direction of the induced current in (a) loop A and (b) loop B. Specify the direction of each induced current to be clockwise or counterclockwise when viewed from above the table. Provide a reason for each answer.
st 1 brown assignment due next Wednesday. On the readings that have not been discussed. 1. No such thing as a mind before 1650s. 2. R. Rorty is arguing that the way we categorize things as mental do not come together in any good way. a. 3 critieria for minds i. Intentionality 1. Brentano 2. Has an ‘aboutness’ ii. Feel 1. We record the world and feel some way about that judgement. 2. There is a way it feels to be in pain a. It is possible to have a belief without feeling iii. Unlike what’s physical, what is mental is transparent to the thinker