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8. In the setup shown to the right, a long straight wire caries a time-varying (ie, changing) current upwards. Directly next to it, in the same plane, lies a rectangular loop of wire. The current of the straight wire is increasing at a rate of 0.50 Amps/second. The width of the loop is w =25cm, length 1 = 12.5cm, and the separation between the loop and straight wire is s-0.50cm. If the loop has a resistance of R =1.5 Ω, calculate the current generated in the loop of wire. Hint: use Faradays Law!

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