The two circular loops of wire lie in the same plane. The loop on the left has two turns
of wire and a radius R. The loop on the right has n2 turns of wire and a
radius of n1R. There is a constant magnetic field in the whole region that does
not lie in the plane of the wire loops. What is the ratio of the magnetic flux through the
right wire divided by the magnetic flux through the left wire? If
Φright / Φleft = n3, what is n3?
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