# Consider the situation illustrated in the Figure. A uniform electric field points in the z-direction (out of the paper) with a value given

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Consider the situation illustrated in the Figure. A uniform electric field points in the z-direction (out of the paper) with a value given by Ez(t) = at, and a uniform magnetic field points in the z-direction with a value given by Bz(t) = bt. Both fields are confined to a circular region with a radius R. If a = 1 V/(m s) and b = 1 T/s and if the magnitude of the induced electric field at the point P on the circumference of the circle at the time t = 2 seconds is 9,000 V/m, what is the magnitude induced magnetic field (in picoTesla) at the point P at the time t = 2 seconds? +1 vote
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We know from Ampere's Law (with Ienclosed = 0) that choose my orientation to by counter-clockwise then ΦE = EπR2 and and solving for the induced magnetic field B gives Now from Faraday's Law we know that If I choose my orientation to by counter-clockwise then ΦB = BπR2 and and solving for the magnitude of the induced electric field E gives 