Q53. in your own words, what are the factors that affect the amount of current and hence voltage (emf) induced in a conductor by a changing magnetic field?


The speed of the coil or any closed loop of conductor moves through or cut across the magnetic field lines.
The number of turned coils because the more turns the more voltage wil be induced, and also the distance of a magnet because the farther the magnet is from the coil the weaker will be the magnetic force and vice versa
The magnitude of induced current and voltage (electromotive force) vary depending on the number of turns or length of conductor, the strength and orientation of the magnetic field, and the speed at which the flux lines cut across the wire or the rate at which the magnetic field moves relative to the conductor

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