## In the demonstration where a magnet is brought near a loop, what determines the induced current?

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In the demonstration where a magnet is brought near a loop, what determines the induced current?

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1. In the demonstration where a magnet is brought near a loop, what determines the induced current?

a – the strength of the magnetic field intercepted by the loop

b –  the rate at which the number of magnetic field lines intercepted by the loop  changes

c – the spacing of the magnetic field lines intercepted by the loop

d –  the number of magnetic field lines intercepted by the loop

The correct option is B

Explanation:

Generally from the  Faraday’s Law of Induction voltage  is induce when there is a change in magnetic and this induced voltage will cause a difference in potential which will to an induce current , the rate at which the magnetic field change determines the magnitude of the induced current