How does the direction of induced current change in a coil?

Ans: The direction of induced current in a coil follows Lenz’s Law, which states that it opposes changes in the magnetic field. If the magnetic field passing through the coil increases, the induced current flows to counteract that increase. Conversely, if the magnetic field decreases, the induced current flows to maintain or strengthen the original magnetic field. This self-adjusting behavior ensures energy conservation and means that the coil actively resists changes in the magnetic environment.


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