AP Physics 2: 2.2 Systems Interactions and Changes

AP Physics 2: 2.2 Systems Interactions and Changes. What emf is introduced in the coil?

APAP Physics 2
AP Physics 2Systems Interactions and Changes
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she's playing in front of a huge crowd She powers

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through a sweet riff and the crowd goes wild Carrie

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starts showboating swinging or guitar around around it flies off

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the strap and smashes into the wall Talked about a

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reality check She sorts through the pieces and notices that

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the guitar pick up is a square coil of wire

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Well maybe the broken guitar could be a science project

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after all Science fair's coming up right Carrie flips open

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her tax book looks for the words coil and finds

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a page describing faraday's law According to this e m

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f is induced in a coil within turns by a

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change in magnetic floods In time carrie counts two hundred

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turns in the coil and measures this side's as one

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centimeter she places the coil in a uniform magnetic field

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that points into the plane of the page Take a

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look at this diagram right there Carrie increases be from

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point Oh won t two point oh sixty in delta

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t equals one s what imf is induced in the

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coil and hear the potential answers one ten hundred thousand

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when life hands you lemons while you make lemonade and

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when life hands you a smashed guitar you make a

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science project yeah we're pretty punk rock not so punk

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rock that we have our own magnetic field generator though

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kerry has quite the setup here right let's look at

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magnetic flux First of all magnetic flux means the amount

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of magnetic field passing through an area waken Think of

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it like the density of a magnetic field in this

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certain space so we can swap out b a for

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the flocks which means our equation now shows the imf

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equals the number of coils times the change in b

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a over the change in time And since the area

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is not changing we can bring that out Hang with

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him Carrie increases the byfield from point Oh won t

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two point oh sixty So the change in b equals

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point Oh five tesla's Now we can plug in our

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numbers and get back to rock in the house Mm

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equals two hundred coils times one centimeter squared times point

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oh five tesla's over one second Don't forget that with

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an area of one centimeter squared it comes toh one

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times ten to the negative forthe meters squared after we

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do the math we find that the magnitude of imf

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created is one mil eval So the correct answer is

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a oh and one last thing way used a version

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of faraday's law that cheats just a little bit faraday's

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law expressed in this equation really should have a negative

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sign in front of it negative sinus part of lens

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law and it works to show the direction the current

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needs to move in order to create a magnetic field

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that opposes the change in floods But because this question

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is really just dealing with the magnitude of voltage we

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don't need to worry about the direction so don't tell

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anyone but yeah we just broke the law one thrill

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and remember to be careful with musical instruments They're meant

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to make beautiful music that we don't want to be

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smash guitars or broken drums that's or even a dented 00:03:18.22 --> [endTime] kazoo that matter