# A rectangular loop (area = 0.15 m2) turns in a uniform magnetic field, B = 0.18 T. When the angle between the field and the normal to the plane of the loop is π/2 rad and increasing at 0.75 rad/s, what emf is induced in the loop?

Emf induced in the loop is 0.02V

Explanation:

To get the emf of induced loop, we have to use faraday's law

ε = - dΦ/dt

To get the flux, we use;

Φ = BA cos(θ)

B = The uniform magnetic field

A = Area of rectangular loop

θ = angle between magnetic field and normal to the plane of loop

substitute the flux equation (Φ) into the faraday's equation

we have ε = - d(BA cos(θ)) / dt

ε = BA sinθ dθ/dt

from the question;B = 0.18T, A=0.15m2, θ = π/2 ,dθ/dt = 0.75rad/s

Our equation will now look like this;

ε = (0.18T) (0.15m2) (sin(π/2)) (0.75rad/s)

ε = 0.02V

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Explanation:

A representative sample can be defined as a subset of the population. This sample includes subgroups that reflect the features of the larger group and are chosen for a specific purpose of study. For example, a classroom with 60 students having 30 females and 30 males, can generate a representative sample based on the gender differences.

Suppose that a solid ball, a solid disk, and a hoop all have the same mass and the same radius. Each object is set rolling without slipping up an incline with the same initial linear (translational) speed. Which object goes farthest up the incline?

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In the context of this problem related to physics, the deciding factor is the distribution of mass, which influences each object's moment of inertia. Objects set to roll tend to use energy in two ways: translation (moving along the incline) and rotation (spinning about their center). Moment of inertia essentially measures how much of the object's energy goes towards rotation.

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A car is decelerating at the rate of 2 km/s square. If its initial speed is 66 km/s, how long will it take the car to come to a complete stop?

It will take 33 seconds to stop the car.

Explanation:

Using the first equation of kinematics we have

where

'v' is final speed of object

'u' is initial speed of object

'a' is acceleration of object

't' is time of acceleration of object

Now since it is given that since acceleration is negative  and

We know that the object will stop when it's velocity reduces to zero hence in the equation above setting v = 0 we get

What is the weight on Earth of an object with mass 45 kg. Hint gravity = 10 N/kg *1 point
45 N
450 N
450 kg
10N

450N

Explanation:

weight= m*g

weight=45*10

weight=450N

Which describes one feature of the image formed by a convex mirror?????

The image formed by a convex mirror will always have its smaller than the size of the object no matter what the position of the object.

Explanation:

The image formed by a convex mirror will always have its smaller than the size of the object no matter what the position of the object.

Also notice that convex mirror always makes virtual images.

Another feature of the convex mirror is that an upright image is always formed by the convex mirror.

An important mirror formula to remember which is applicable for both convex and mirrors

• 1/f= 1/u + 1/v

Here:

'u' is an object which gets placed in front of a spherical mirror of focal

length 'f' and image 'u' is formed by the mirror.

right side up

Explanation:

A motorcycle is following a car that is traveling at constant speed on a straight highway. Initially, the car and the motorcycle are both traveling at the same speed of 19.0m/s , and the distance between them is 52.0m . After t1 = 5.00s , the motorcycle starts to accelerate at a rate of 5.00m/s^2. a. How long does it take from the moment when the motorcycle starts to accelerate until it catches up with the car? In other words. b. Find t2−t1

Explanation:

Given:

• initial speed of car and motorcycle,
• initial distance between the car and motorcycle,
• time after which the motorcycle starts to accelerate,
• rate of acceleration of motorcycle,

The initially the relative velocity of the motorcycle is zero with respect to car.

Now using the equation of motion in the relative quantities:

here:

relative distance of motorcycle with respect to the car

initial relative velocity of the motorcycle with respect to the car

time taken to cover the distance gap from the car.