# Inducing Current from Magnetic Field#

Use Lenz’s law to determine the direction of induced current in each case. ## Part 1#

Scenario (a) depicts a conducting rod moving with velocity $$\overrightarrow{ v }$$ along parallel connected wires, creating a closed loop. What direction is the induced current in the loop?

• Counterclockwise.

• Clockwise.

• No current is induced.

## Part 2#

Scenario (b) depicts a circular ring of wire moving with velocity $$\overrightarrow{ v }$$. The plane of the ring of wire is parallel to a magnetic field. What direction is the induced current in the ring?

• Counterclockwise.

• Clockwise

• No current is induced.

## Part 3#

Scenario (c) depicts a circular ring of wire moving with velocity $$\overrightarrow{ v }$$. The plane of the ring of wire is perpendicular to a magnetic field. What direction is the induced current in the ring?

• Counterclockwise.

• Clockwise.

• No current is induced.

## Part 4#

Scenario (d) depicts a conducting rod moving with velocity $$\overrightarrow{ v }$$ along parallel connected wires, creating a closed loop. What direction is the induced current in the loop?

• Counterclockwise.

• Clockwise.

• No current is induced.

## Part 5#

Scenario (e) depicts a circular ring of wire perpendicular to an increasing magnetic field directed out of the screen. What direction is the induced current in the ring?

• Counterclockwise.

• Clockwise.

• No current is induced.

## Part 6#

Scenario (f) depicts a circular ring of wire parallel to a decreasing magnetic field directed out of the screen. What direction is the induced current in the ring? 