The two loops of wire lie in the same plane. The wire on the left is a square with sides
of length L. The wire on the right is a rectangle with sides n1L by
n2L. The wires in each loop have the same cross section and electrical resistivity.
There is a magnetic field throughout the region that is steadily increasing in time:
B=α t k, where k points out of the page.
What is the ratio of the current induced in the right wire, I2, divided by
the current induced in the left wire, I1? If I2/I1 =
n3, then what is n3? Neglect any mutual inductance between the wires
and self inductance of the wire loops.
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