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1)When does a magnetic field induce maximum EMF in a wire moving with a constant velocity?

when the wire is moved at right angles to the magnetic field.

2)Which rule is used to find the direction of force produced by electromagnetic induction?

fourth right-hand rule

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    yes on one. On the second, I would have said right hand rule.

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