(a) What is the flux through the loop? (b) If the angle increases to 60°, what is the new flux through the loop?

A square loop of wire, 0.75 m on each side, has one edge along the positive z-axis and is tilted toward the y-z plane at an angle of 30.0° with respect to the horizontal (x-z plane). There is a uniform magnetic field of 0.29 T pointing in the positive x-axis direction.


Φ = 0.75²*sin30*0.29T = 0.082 Weber or T∙m² Φ = 0.75²*sin60*0.29T = 0.14 Weber or T∙m²