5: T 5/8, 7: M 5/7motional emf. Using what we learned last time about Faraday's Law, we'll derive an equation that can help you understand this relationship. (Faraday's Law, ε = -N ΔΦ/Δt and I = ε/R (Ohm's Law)).With any time remaining in the period, we'll start working homework below. Presentation: Electromagnetic Induction Presentation continuedHomework: Read any sections in chapter 20 that seem unclear. Do textbook chapter 20 Exercises (page 725) #1, 3, 7, 9, 13 and check answers in the back of the book. Write down any questions you might have and bring them up at the beginning of next class. Then do at least #11-12 of page 2 of FYP: Electromagnetism if you have not finished. The video below will help you with these two problems. Practice QUIZ on Lenz's Law next class - Wednesday, May 9th! This will not count for a grade. You don't need to make this one up if you miss it, but you can if you want. |

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