Kason Murray

2022-12-23

When a magnet is brought close to the loop, the induced current in the loop will be in a direction such that the part of the loop facing the magnet repels the magnet. Using the above statement, choose the correct answers.
When the north pole of the magnet is brought close to the loop, the current will be anticlockwise
When the south pole of the magnet is brought close to the loop, the current will be clockwise
When the south pole of the magnet is brought close to the loop, the current will be anticlockwise
When the north pole of the magnet is brought close to the loop, the current will be clockwise

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The loop creates a current so that the portion of the loop facing the magnet becomes the north pole when the magnet's north pole is pushed near to the loop. As a result, the current that is induced will flow counterclockwise.The loop creates a current so that the portion of the loop facing the magnet becomes the south pole when the magnet's south pole is placed in close proximity to the loop. Thus, the current that is generated will flow in a clockwise direction.
So, answers is "When the north pole of the magnet is brought close to the loop, the current will be anticlockwise" and "When the south pole of the magnet is brought close to the loop, the current will be clockwise"

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