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    Smile [SOLVED] Rotation and Magnetic field (Physics)

    Hello all,

    The given assembly made of a conducting wire is rotated with a constant angular velocity \omega about a vertical axis MO as shown in the figure. The magnetic field  \vec{B} exists vertically upwards as shown n the figure. Find the potential difference between points M and N ,  | V_M-V_V| (only in magnitude)

    Please try to show the steps , main difficulty in the rotation part

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    Is this a high school or college level class; and, is it with calculus or without?
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    Is this a high school or college level class;
    I am in (end of) high school and so is this question

    and, is it with calculus or without?
    If required calculus should be used for this....
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    Quote Originally Posted by ADARSH View Post
    Hello all,


    Please try to show the steps , main difficulty in the rotation part
    Truly speaking I am unable to click it at all, initial steps would be very helpful

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    Edit: I have done that, if anyone is interested , s/he can ask
    Last edited by ADARSH; March 12th 2009 at 11:54 AM.
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