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A coiled wire carries is connected to a galvonometer so you can see any induced voltage in it. When you insert a bar magnet into

A coiled wire carries is connected to a galvonometer so you can see any induced voltage in it. When you insert a bar magnet into the center of the coil, the galvanometer deflects right. When the bar magnet is
removed
O the galvanometer returns to zero
O the galvanometer again deflects right
the galvanometer deflects left
O at is impossible to tell what the galvanometer will do.

A coiled wire carries is connected to a galvonometer so you can see any induced voltage in it. When you insert a bar magnet into the center of the coil, the galvanometer deflects right. When the bar magnet is removed O the galvanometer returns to zero O the galvanometer again deflects right the galvanometer deflects left O at is impossible to tell what the galvanometer will do.

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