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Hi, struggling physics student here. Please could someone explain what the mark scheme means by "pulses".

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Hi, struggling physics student here. Please could someone explain what the mark scheme means by "pulses".

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Hi, this attachment should help. I think by pulses, they are talking about the two rectangular shapes. There is an induced emf (the pulse) from 3-5 because the flux is changing we know that there is an emf induced when there is a change in flux - electromagnetic induction. Hope this answers your question!
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Hi, this attachment should help. I think by pulses, they are talking about the two rectangular shapes. There is an induced emf (the pulse) from 3-5 because the flux is changing we know that there is an emf induced when there is a change in flux - electromagnetic induction. Hope this answers your question!
It answers it amazingly. This makes a lot of sense now thank you so much for your time!
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