• # question_answer A conducting loop is being pulled with speed $v$ from region I of magnetic field to region II. If resistance of the loop is $R$, current induced in the loop at the instant shown is A) $\frac{{{B}_{0}}\ell v}{R},$Clockwise B) $\frac{{{B}_{0}}\ell v}{R},$anticlockwise C) $\frac{3{{B}_{0}}\ell v}{R},$clockwise D) $\frac{3{{B}_{0}}\ell v}{R},$anticlockwise

 $e={{e}_{1}}+{{e}_{2}}$ $={{B}_{0}}v\ell +2{{B}_{0}}v\ell$ $=3{{B}_{0}}v\ell$ $\therefore$ $i=\frac{e}{R}=\frac{3{{B}_{0}}v\ell }{R}$