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# The figure represents a thin conducting loop placed in a uniform magnetic field directed perpendicular to the plane of the paper and inwards. Some of the following questions pertain to it. (Select True or False).True False The size of the voltage induced in a coil through which a magnet moves is affected by the rate at which the magnet moves. True False If the magnitude of the magnetic field starts decreasing, the resultant induced current (due to the whole loop) flows in the clockwise direction in the right loop. True False No emf is induced in a long, but not infinite, solenoid by a bar magnet that moves inside it along the solenoid axis. True False In Faraday's Law of induction, the induced emf depends on the resistance in the coil or circuit. True False The size of the voltage induced in a coil through which a magnet moves is independent of the strength of the magnet. True False A current carrying conductor passes through the centre of a metal ring in a direction perpendicular to its plane. If the current flowing through the conductor increases, an emf is induced in the ring.The figure represents a thin conducting loop placed in a uniform magnetic field directed perpendicular to the plane of the paper and inwards. Some of the following questions pertain to it. (Select True or False). The size of the voltage induced in a coil through which a magnet moves is affected by the rate at which the magnet moves. If the magnitude of the magnetic field starts decreasing, the resultant induced current (due to the whole loop) flows in the clockwise direction in the right loop. No emf is induced in a long, but not infinite, solenoid by a bar magnet that moves inside it along the solenoid axis. In Faraday's Law of induction, the induced emf depends on the resistance in the coil or circuit. The size of the voltage induced in a coil through which a magnet moves is independent of the strength of the magnet. A current carrying conductor passes through the centre of a metal ring in a direction perpendicular to its plane. If the current flowing through the conductor increases, an emf is induced in the ring.

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