Okay, So for this one, we have a loop. The battery that's partially submerged in a magnetic field. That's all to know that the magnetic field would be Ah, blue sari. Um, very synesthesia ish. And B is luckily blew. Some magnetic fields are always blue for me. Okay, so the magnetic field is out of the page, and we're told that this loop has sides of two point. How many zeros is that? Let's see. Let's see, Ooo meters. And we're told that B is equal to 0.0, for two zero minus 00.870 T. The field is decreasing. And then this the IMF is of the battery in the loop is 20.0, goals. And I think that's all we need. Okay, great. And so the questions asks, What is the IMF induced, um, are extremely ask first. What is a natty EMF in the circuit? Okay, so there's already an EMF from the battery, um, and then something called u M f bap. And then there's an additional AM F because we're changing the flux. And so, uh, bye. Faraday's law. We're gonna have a change in. All right, we're gonna have a induced enough so can use our familiar formula hopefully induced a few times your, um, at this problem. And so that's gonna be the time derivative of the magnetic flux, which is be a way. Is the area intercepted? Um, by the flux by the by the field. And so that area is constant, and it's just gonna be l squared over two weeks, only half of the squares in the magnetic field. And then we're left to just evaluate the derivative of be with respect to time. And, uh and so, yes. So now we can say that D b e t t ISS minus point a 70 there, that eight backwards. Okay, so Ah, negative, constant. And so therefore, this is, uh yeah, So we would plug this in here and then plug in Ellis two meters into here. When I did this, I obtained that, um, the M f was 1.74 worlds. And so on a comment on the signs. Um, so we got a positive number, and that does actually indicate the direction, but the current flows, but I think that the easiest way is to know, like, learn the formalism of what what the meaning of a negative and positive number is. Although, if that appeals to you, of course you can read about it. I'm gonna do it from the approach that I would use Thio t think about this because I agree. You know, we have a c in math in. Is this e m f gonna go opposed the battery Or is it going to add to the battery? And you want to do this through a kind of I I consider it a more narrative page based approach. And so, basically, let's look at the let's look at the physical situations we have this Byfield The Byfield is decreasing in magnitude. And so the loop wants to induce a current to keep it the same. It's always a sort of like restorative force. And so the bso, the bees going down. So we need We need this Luc to try to make it be that goes up. And so, um uh, are out of the page. Excuse me. And to do that, we would drive a current that's counterclockwise. And for a current to go counterclockwise Ah, that corresponds to an e m f. That's along the same directions a battery? Because the battery also would drive a counterclockwise current. So you can say I am asked. Net is 21.74. One quick thing. Um, okay. And yeah. And so it's gonna add to the current to the to the image of the battery and therefore cause a counterclockwise current. So maybe I'll kind of box thes so that they're totally clear, so counterclockwise. And then I get that for the net enough because I added the battery to the to the imam induced double chuck bees out of the page and then be is decreasing, okay?