What is the magnitude of the electric field created by this changing

A uniform magnetic field pointing in the positive z direction fills a cylindrical volume of space of radius R whose central axis is the z axis. Outside this region, there is no magnetic field. In (Figure 1) R = 0.27m and the magnetic field magnitude is decreasing at a rate of 0.40T/s .

Part A

What is the magnitude of the electric field created by this changing magnetic field at radial distance r = 0.20 m from the magnetic field center?

E = ?

Part B

What is the magnitude of the electric field created by this changing magnetic field at radial distance r = 0.50 m from the center?

E = ?

Show transcribed image text A uniform magnetic field pointing in the positive z direction fills a cylindrical volume of space of radius R whose central axis is the z axis. Outside this region, there is no magnetic field. In (Figure 1) R = 0.27m and the magnetic field magnitude is decreasing at a rate of 0.40T/s . Figure 1: Part A What is the magnitude of the electric field created by this changing magnetic field at radial distance r = 0.20 m from the magnetic field center? E = ? Part B What is the magnitude of the electric field created by this changing magnetic field at radial distance r = 0.50 m from the center? E = ?

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