Pnysics ntals Halliday, Fundame Downloadable eTextbook ORION Gradebook Assignment ent NEXT BACK PRINTER VERSION FULL SCREEN Chapter 30, Problem 046 The currenti through a 6.6 H inductor varies with time t as shown by the graph of the figure. The inductor has a resistance of 12 2. Find the magnitude of the induced emf e during the time intervals (a) t = 0 to 2 ms; the ends of the intervals.) (b) 2 ms to 5 ms, and (C) 5 ms to 6 ms. (Ignore the behavior at 6 2 A 2 6 0) 1(ms) (a) Number Units (b) Number Units (c) Number Units Click if you would like to Show Work for this question:Open Show Work SUBMIT ANSWER SAVE FOR LATER Question Attempts: 0 of 5 used ive file Version 4.24.16.2 .2000-2019 John Wiley & Sons, Inc. All Rights Reserved. A Divisidon of John Wiley & Sons,Inc. Privacy Poliy (V)!

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Chapter 30, Problem 046
The currenti through a 6.6 H inductor varies with time t as shown by the graph of the figure. The inductor has a resistance of 12 2. Find the
magnitude of the induced emf e during the time intervals (a) t = 0 to 2 ms;
the ends of the intervals.)
(b) 2 ms to 5 ms, and (C) 5 ms to 6 ms. (Ignore the behavior at
6
2 A
2
6
0)
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Units
(b) Number
Units
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Pnysics ntals Halliday, Fundame Downloadable eTextbook ORION Gradebook Assignment ent NEXT BACK PRINTER VERSION FULL SCREEN Chapter 30, Problem 046 The currenti through a 6.6 H inductor varies with time t as shown by the graph of the figure. The inductor has a resistance of 12 2. Find the magnitude of the induced emf e during the time intervals (a) t = 0 to 2 ms; the ends of the intervals.) (b) 2 ms to 5 ms, and (C) 5 ms to 6 ms. (Ignore the behavior at 6 2 A 2 6 0) 1(ms) (a) Number Units (b) Number Units (c) Number Units Click if you would like to Show Work for this question:Open Show Work SUBMIT ANSWER SAVE FOR LATER Question Attempts: 0 of 5 used ive file Version 4.24.16.2 .2000-2019 John Wiley & Sons, Inc. All Rights Reserved. A Divisidon of John Wiley & Sons,Inc. Privacy Poliy (V)!

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