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A circular loop with an area of 1.6x10^2m^2 is in a uniform magnetic field of 0.30T .

A) What is the flux through the loop's plane if it is parallel to the field?

B) What is the flux through the loop's plane if it is at an angle of 39? to the field?

C) What is the flux through the loop's plane if it is perpendicular to the field?
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magnetic flux phi = NAB cos theta

A. when theta = 0 deg

flux = 1* 0.016 *0.3 cos 0 = 0.048 or 4.8 mV

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B. flux = 1* 0.016 *0.3 cos 39 = 3.73 mV

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as theta = 90 deg and cos 90=0

flux is zero
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