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A loop wire is in a magnetic field of 2T. What is the magnitude of the magnetic flux?

B = 2T
30 degrees
and n is pointing out of the page

Ok so BAcos(30)
B= 2T
A= 3.14 r^2 for a circle right? (3.14)(0.2)^2
cos(30)

2T(3.14)(0.2)^2(cos(30))= 0.0335

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Yes, if you have the orientation correctly.

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what do you mean by orientation ?

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never mind i got it thanks!

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