Posted by **tina** on Thursday, February 14, 2008 at 2:48am.

A length of wire is bent into a closed loop and a magnet is plunged into it, inducing a voltage and,consequently, a current in the wire. A second lenghtof wire, twice as long, is bent into two loops of wire, and a magnet is similarly plunged into it. Twice the voltage is induced, but the current is the same as that produced in the single loop. why?

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