Himanshu Pandey Asked a Question
July 24, 2020 11:27 pmpts 30 pts
Q.1 (Pic.1)For induced current they told it not depends upon time but from the equation it is clearly, how??? Q.2 (Pic.2) the highlighted line is true for that particular case only right ???? because for the other cases motion is in the direction of force so not possible to be perpendicular correct or not ???
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  • Somnath Best Answer
    First one is typing mistake.For your second query you want to know is magnetic force perpendicular to the velocity for always or for that perticular case only. We know magnetic for...
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  • Ravi prakash yadav thankyou
    induced current depends on change in flux with respect to time where flux is given as B.dA. So if we change either magnetic field (B) or area (dA) with respect to time,the induced ...
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  • Ruby negi
    ques 2) highlighted line is talking about only magnetic force because m.f is q V cross B means cross product so M.F is always perpendicular to V and B, any force which is defined a...
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    Ruby negi
    best regards...
  • Vaishali sharma
    in first arrow there is printing mistake
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  • Vaishali sharma
    and in second arrow we know magnetic force F = q(V×B) which would be perpendicular to plane if v and B
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