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Consider the circuit shown in the following figure (Figure 1) , but with the bar moving to the right with speed vv. The bar has length 0.373 m , R = 49.1 Ω , and B = 0.683 T

Part B

At an instant when the resistor is dissipating electrical energy at a rate of 0.883 J/s, what is the speed of the bar?
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