# the plane of a flat, circular loop of wire is horizontal. an external magnetic field is directed perpendicular to the plane of the loop. the magnitude of the external magnetic field is increasing with time. because of this increasing magnetic field, an induced current is flowing clockwise in the loop, as viewed from above. what is the direction of the magnetic field, assuming the situation is drawn on a sheet of paper?

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The plane of a flat, circular loop of wire is horizontal. An external magnetic field is directed perpendicular to the plane of the loop. The magnitude of the external magnetic field is increasing with time. Because of this increasing magnetic field, an induced current is flowing clockwise in the loop, as viewed from above. What is the direction of the external magnetic field? Justify your conclusion.

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The external magnetic field

B

B is increasing in magnitude, so that the magnetic flux through the loop also increases with time.

In order to oppose the increase in magnetic flux, the induced magnetic field

B_{ind} B ind

must be directed opposite to the external magnetic field

B B .

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