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# In a given figure an isosceles triangle conducting wire is entering into the region of perpendicular uniform magnetic field B0 with constant velocity V0. The magnitude of induced emf as a function of time(t) in the wire is(till side is outside the field)B0V20t22B0V20t22B0V20t2B0V0t

A
B0V20t2
B
2B0V20t2
C
2B0V20t
D
2B0V0t
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