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  1. #1 Not a Tough Question - Electromagnetic Induction 
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    I chose to base my science fair proposal for my physics class on electromagnetic induction and because I am just such a wonderful student, my 4-6 page paper is due tomorrow but I've yet to start it. I was wondering if you all could help me figure out what I can measure with electromagnetic induction. Thanks so much!


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    So you have put it off to the last minute eh? I've never done anything like that. Nope. Never.

    Here is a rather basic one:

    http://www.metacafe.com/watch/601268..._of_induction/

    Or how about a Barlow wheel

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Barlow%27s_Wheel


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    For a last minute job just follow the set-up in Harold's video, and power a Lamp, or some LED's. Then maybe have Some posters with basic diagrams about the physics? Thats probably about as ambitious as you can be with only a day to go. Good luck!
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    If you are going to wait till the last minute to do a project then why would you expect someone to jump in and help you out. Give it some serious thought, research, and a bit of work and come up with your own idea. What you should be learning in school is how to use your brain not someone else’s. Before you get angry with this reply think about the problem. Electromagnetic induction is one of the most potentially importing elements of our undertakings in the world of physics.
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    i'm not sure you all quite understand. i don't have the PROJECT due tomorrow. i have the project PROPOSAL due tomorrow.
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    How about an induction heater?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bit4bit
    How about an induction heater?
    That's being quite amazing!
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