 30.1: In Fig. 3033, a circular loop of wire 10 cm in diameter (seen edge...
 30.2: A certain elastic conducting material is stretched into a circular ...
 30.3: In Fig. 3034, a 120 turn coil of radius 1.8 cm and resistance 5.3...
 30.4: A wire loop of radius 12 cm and resistance 8.5 1 is located in a un...
 30.5: In Fig. 3036, a wire forms a closed circular loop, of radius R ! 2...
 30.6: Figure 3037a shows a circuit consisting of an ideal battery with e...
 30.7: In Fig. 3038, the magnetic flux ! (4.00 $ through the loop increas...
 30.8: A uniform magnetic field is perpendicular to the plane of a circula...
 30.9: A small loop of area 6.8 mm2 is placed inside a long solenoid that ...
 30.10: Figure 3039 shows a closed loop of wire that consists of a pair of...
 30.11: A rectangular coil of N turns and of length a and width b is rotate...
 30.12: In Fig. 3041, a wire loop of lengths L ! 40.0 cm and W 25.0 cm lie...
 30.13: One hundred turns of (insulated) copper wire are wrapped around a w...
 30.14: In Fig. 3042a, a uniform magnetic field increases in magnitude wit...
 30.15: A square wire loop with 2.00 m sides is perpendicular to a uniform ...
 30.16: Figure 3044a shows a wire that forms a rectangle (W ! 20 cm, H ! 3...
 30.17: A small circular loop of area 2.00 cm2 is placed in the plane of, a...
 30.18: In Fig. 3045, two straight conducting rails form a right angle. A ...
 30.19: An electric generator contains a coil of 100 turns of wire, each fo...
 30.20: At a certain place, Earths magnetic field has magnitude B ! 0.590 g...
 30.21: In Fig. 3046, a stiff wire bent into a semicircle of radius a ! 2....
 30.22: A rectangular loop (area ! 0.15 m2 ) turns in a uniform magnetic fi...
 30.23: Figure 3047 shows two parallel loops of wire having a common axis....
 30.24: 4 A wire is bent into three circular segments, each of radius r ! 1...
 30.25: Two long, parallel copper wires of diameter 2.5 mm carry currents o...
 30.26: For the wire arrangement in Fig. 3049, a 12.0 cm and b 16.0 cm. Th...
 30.27: As seen in Fig. 3050, a square loop of wire has sides of length 2....
 30.28: In Fig. 3051, a rectangular loop of wire with length a 2.2 cm, wid...
 30.29: In Fig. 3052, a metal rod is forced to move with constant velocity...
 30.30: In Fig. 3053a, a circular loop of wire is concentric with a soleno...
 30.31: If 50.0 cm of copper wire (diameter ! 1.00 mm) is formed into a cir...
 30.32: A loop antenna of area 2.00 cm2 and resistance 5.21 m1 is perpendic...
 30.33: Figure 3054 shows a rod of length L 10.0 cm that is forced to move...
 30.34: In Fig. 3055, a long rectangular conducting loop, of width L, resi...
 30.35: The conducting rod shown in Fig. 3052 has length L and is being pu...
 30.36: Figure 3056 shows two circular regions R1 and R2 with radii r1 ! 2...
 30.37: A long solenoid has a diameter of 12.0 cm.When a current i exists i...
 30.38: A circular region in an xy plane is penetrated by a uniform magneti...
 30.39: The magnetic field of a cylindrical magnet that has a poleface dia...
 30.40: The inductance of a closely packed coil of 400 turns is 8.0 mH. Cal...
 30.41: A circular coil has a 10.0 cm radius and consists of 30.0 closely w...
 30.42: Figure 3058 shows a copper strip of width W ! 16.0 cm that has bee...
 30.43: Two identical long wires of radius a 1.53 mm are parallel and carry...
 30.44: A 12 H inductor carries a current of 2.0 A.At what rate must the cu...
 30.45: At a given instant the current and selfinduced emf in an inductor ...
 30.46: The current i through a 4.6 H inductor varies with time t as shown ...
 30.47: Inductors in series.Two inductors L1 and L2 are connected in series...
 30.48: Inductors in parallel. Two inductors L1 and L2 are connected in par...
 30.49: The inductor arrangement of Fig. 3061, with L1 ! 30.0 mH, L2 ! 50....
 30.50: The current in an RL circuit builds up to onethird of its steadys...
 30.51: The current in an RL circuit drops from 1.0 A to 10 mA in the first...
 30.52: The switch in Fig. 3015 is closed on a at time t ! 0. What is the ...
 30.53: A solenoid having an inductance of 6.30 mH is connected in series w...
 30.54: In Fig. 3062, # ! 100 V, R1 ! 10.0 ", R2 ! 20.0 ", R3 ! 30.0 ", an...
 30.55: A battery is connected to a series RL circuit at time t 0. At what ...
 30.56: In Fig. 3063, the inductor has 25 turns and the ideal battery has ...
 30.57: In Fig. 3065, R ! 15 ", L 5.0 H, the ideal battery has 10 V, and t...
 30.58: Suppose the emf of the battery in the circuit shown in Fig. 3016 v...
 30.59: In Fig. 3066, after switch S is closed at time t 0, the emf of the...
 30.60: A wooden toroidal core with a square cross section has an inner rad...
 30.61: A coil is connected in series with a 10.0 k" resistor. An ideal 50....
 30.62: A coil with an inductance of 2.0 H and a resistance of 10 " is sudd...
 30.63: At t ! 0, a battery is connected to a series arrangement of a resis...
 30.64: At t ! 0, a battery is connected to a series arrangement of a resis...
 30.65: For the circuit of Fig. 3016, assume that # ! 10.0 V, R ! 6.70 , a...
 30.66: A circular loop of wire 50 mm in radius carries a current of 100 A....
 30.67: A solenoid that is 85.0 cm long has a crosssectional area of 17.0 ...
 30.68: A toroidal inductor with an inductance of 90.0 mH encloses a volume...
 30.69: What must be the magnitude of a uniform electric field if it is to ...
 30.70: Figure 3067a shows, in cross section, two wires that are straight,...
 30.71: A length of copper wire carries a current of 10 A uniformly distrib...
 30.72: Coil 1 has L1 ! 25 mH and N1 ! 100 turns. Coil 2 has L2 ! 40 mH and...
 30.73: Two coils are at fixed locations. When coil 1 has no current and th...
 30.74: Two solenoids are part of the spark coil of an automobile. When the...
 30.75: A rectangular loop of N SSM closely packed turns is positioned near...
 30.76: A coil C of N turns is placed around a long solenoid S of radius R ...
 30.77: Two coils connected as shown in Fig. 3070 separately have inductan...
 30.78: At time t ! 0, a 12.0 V potential difference is suddenly applied to...
 30.79: In Fig. 3071, the battery is ideal and 10 V, R1 5.0 , R2 ! 10 ", a...
 30.80: In Fig. 3063, R ! 4.0 k", L ! 8.0 mH, and the ideal battery has # ...
 30.81: Figure 3072a shows a rectangular conducting loop of resistance R !...
 30.82: A uniform magnetic field is perpendicular to the plane of a circula...
 30.83: Switch S in Fig. 3063 is closed at time t ! 0, initiating the buil...
 30.84: Figure 3073a shows two concentric circular regions in which unifor...
 30.85: Figure 3074 shows a uniform magnetic field confined to a cylindric...
 30.86: In Fig. 3075a, switch S has been closed on A long enough to establ...
 30.87: A square wire loop 20 cm on a side, with resistance 20 m , has its ...
 30.88: A coil with 150 turns has a magnetic flux of 50.0 nT(m2 through eac...
 30.89: A coil with an inductance of 2.0 H and a resistance of 10 " is sudd...
 30.90: How long would it take, following the removal of the battery, for t...
 30.91: In the circuit of Fig. 3076, R1 20 k , R2 20 , L 50 mH, and the id...
 30.92: The flux linkage through a certain coil of 0.75 " resistance would ...
 30.93: In Fig. 3063, a 12.0 V ideal battery, a 20.0 " resistor, and an in...
 30.94: A long cylindrical solenoid with 100 turns/cm has a radius of 1.6 c...
 30.95: In Fig. 3077, R1 ! 8.0 ", R2 ! 10 ", L1 ! 0.30 H, L2 ! 0.20 H, and...
 30.96: A square loop of wire is held in a uniform 0.24 T magnetic field di...
 30.97: At time t ! 0, a 45 V potential difference is suddenly applied to t...
 30.98: The inductance of a closely wound coil is such that an emf of 3.00 ...
 30.99: The magnetic field in the interstellar space of our galaxy has a ma...
 30.100: f radius r ! 24.0 cm, centered at O. A straight wire OP can be rota...
 30.101: A toroid has a 5.00 cm square cross section, an inside radius of 15...
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