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anonymous
 one year ago
Which of the following is a statement of Lenz’s Law?
The magnetic force on a moving charge is at right angles to both the direction the charge is moving and to the direction of the field lines
Conventional current is the flow of positive charge, opposite to the actual flow of electrons
The current from an induced EMF produces a magnetic flux that opposes the original change
The current that flows through a conductor is proportional to the applied voltage
anonymous
 one year ago
Which of the following is a statement of Lenz’s Law? The magnetic force on a moving charge is at right angles to both the direction the charge is moving and to the direction of the field lines Conventional current is the flow of positive charge, opposite to the actual flow of electrons The current from an induced EMF produces a magnetic flux that opposes the original change The current that flows through a conductor is proportional to the applied voltage

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arindameducationusc
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