There is a counterclockwise induced current. The magnetic field inside the loop increases or decreases in strength, or is it steady?
– loss of strength
Maintaining a steady pace
I think strength would increase, but I am not sure for sure. Could you tell me what you think?
In a right-handed coordinate system, the current should be the other way.
Since the magnetic field must be changing due to the induced current, Lenz’s Law dictates that the induced magnetic field opposes the change in flux.
The change in flux in this figure is upwards, or toward the page, so the magnetic field is losing strength, and there is an induced magnetic field opposite the direction of the change in flux that generates the current.
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