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Which option most accurately defines Faraday’s law?

A.Any change in the electric field over a conductor will produce an magnetic field inside a conductor.
B.The voltage generated in a coil is inversely proportional to the number of electrons in the loop.
C.Any change in the magnetic field over a conductor will produce an electromotive force and electric current in the conductor.
D.The voltage generated in a coil is inversely proportional to the cross-sectional area of the coils loops.

im really stuck i have no idea what the answer is

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1. The answer is C: Any change in the magnetic field over a conductor will produce an electromotive force and electric current in the conductor.

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