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Homework Help: electromagnets

Posted by Anton some help please on Saturday, December 7, 2013 at 6:10am.

A 100 gram resistive slider (thick line) moves without friction along a vertical U-shaped conducting track (thin line) that is 50 centimeters wide in a magnetic field of 5 Tesla as shown.
The slider's resistance is 20 Ohms. It falls under the influence of gravity. What is the terminal velocity of the slider in meters/second? Assume it can reach terminal velocity before it falls off

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