The rectangular loop in Fig. 21–58 is being pushed to the right, where the magnetic field points inward. In what direction is the induced current? Explain your reasoning.
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Induced flux decreases down. Induced current goes counterclockwise to produce a magnetic field directed up, in order to oppose and thereby decrease the flux down.