# What is the difference between Fleming's right and left hand rule?

What is the difference between Fleming's right and left hand rule?

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Fleming's right hand rule is use for generators and  Fleming's left hand rule is use for motors. In both rules thumb represent motion of conductor, fore finger represent magnetic field and middle finger represents current.

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Last Answer : Fleming's left hand rule.

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Last Answer : Fleming's left hand rule is used to find direction of force on a current carrying conductor in a magnetic field

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What is the purpose of Fleming's left hand rule?

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What does Fleming's left hand rule state?
Last Answer :  Fleming's Right Hand Rule: Stretch out the first three fingers of your right hand such that they are mutually perpendicular to each other, align first finger in direction of magnetic field, thumb ... of conductor with respect to field then the middle finger will give the direction of induced EMF.

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What is Fleming's left hand rule used for?
Last Answer : Fleming's left hand rule used for electrical motors.

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Fleming's Right hand rule
Last Answer : Fleming's Right Hand Rule: Stretch out the first three fingers of your right hand such that they are mutually perpendicular to each other. If first finger indicates direction of magnetic field, ... to magnetic field, then the middle finger will indicate the direction of induced EMF / current.

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One of the following is not a valid statement: A) Fleming's right hand rule is used to find out the direction of current in the conductor of a generator B) Fleming's left hand rule is ... hand thumb rule is used to find out the direction of counter current produced in the armature magnetic field
Last Answer : One of the following is not a valid statement: A) Fleming's right hand rule is used to find out the direction of current in the conductor of a generator B) Fleming's left hand rule is ... hand thumb rule is used to find out the direction of counter current produced in the armature magnetic field

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1. State Fleming’s left-hand rule. -Physics-10
Last Answer : Fleming’s Left hand rule states that if we arrange our thumb, forefinger and middle finger of the left hand at right angles to each other, then the thumb points towards the ... points towards the direction of magnetic field and the middle finger points towards the direction of current.

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Flemings "Left hand Rule" is associated with the effect of – (1) Electric field on current (2) Magnetic field on magnet (3) Electric field on magnet (4) Magnetic Field on current
Last Answer : (4) Magnetic Field on current Explanation: Whenever, a current carrying conductor comes under a magnetic field, there will be force acting on the conductor and on the other hand, if a conductor ... conductor. In both of the phenomenon, there is a relation between magnetic field, current and force.

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State Fleming's left hand rule (motor rule).
Last Answer : If the first three fingers of the left hand are held mutually perpendicular to each other such that the finger points in the direction of magnetic filed, the middle finger points in the direction of current, then the thumb points in the direction of mechanical force acting on the conductor.

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In Fleming's left hand rule, thumb shows direction of A. current B. field C. motion D. charge
Last Answer : motion

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FLEMING’S LEFT HAND RULE
Last Answer : FLEMING'S LEFT HAND RULE:  Stretch the forefinger, the central finger and thumb of your left hand mutually perpendicular to each other. If the forefinger shows the direction of the field and central ... of the current then the thumb will point towards the direction of the motion of the conductor.

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Fleming's left hand rule is used to find (a) direction of magnetic field due to current carrying conductor (b) direction of flux in a solenoid (c) direction of force on a current carrying conductor in a magnetic field (d) polarity of a magnetic pole
Last Answer : (c) direction of force on a current carrying conductor in a magnetic field

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Flemings “Left hand Rule” is associated with the effect of (1) Electric field on current (2) Magnetic field on magnet (3) Electric field on magnet (4) Magnetic Field on current
Last Answer : Magnetic Field on current

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Fleming’s left hand rule is applicable to
Last Answer : Fleming’s left hand rule is applicable to dc motor

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Flemings right hand rule is used to find the direction of the – (1) Alternate current (2) Direct current (3) Induced current (4) Actual current
Last Answer : (3) Induced current Explanation: Fleming's right hand rule shows the direction of induced current when a conductor moves in a magnetic field. The right hand is held with the thumb, first ... finger mutually perpendicular to each other. The rule is named after British engineer John Ambrose Fleming.

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State Fleming's right hand rule or Dynamo rule.
Last Answer : Arrange the first three fingers of the right hand mutually perpendicular to each other; if the fore finger indicates the direction of magnetic field, the thumb in the direction of motion of the conductor, then the middle finger indicates the direction of the induced e.m.f

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FLEMING’S RIGHT HAND RULE
Last Answer : “Stretch the thumb, forefingers and middle finger of the right hand so that they are perpendicular to each others. If the forefingers indicates the direction of the magnetic field and thumb shows the direction of motion of the conductor. The middle finger shows the direction of induced current.”

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Fleming’s right hand rule is used to find the direction of the (1) Alternate current (2) Direct current (3) Induced current (4) Actual current
Last Answer : Induced current

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Last Answer : While applying Fleming's right-hand rule to And the direction of induced e.m.f., the thumb points towards direction of motion of conductor, if forefinger points along the lines of flux.

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Last Answer : Fleming's right-hand rule regarding direction of induced e.m.f., correlates magnetic flux, direction of motion and the direction of e.m.f. induced.

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According to Fleming's right-hand rule for finding the direction of induced e.m.f., when middle finger points in the direction of induced e.m.f., forefinger will point in the direction of?
Last Answer : According to Fleming's right-hand rule for finding the direction of induced e.m.f., when middle finger points in the direction of induced e.m.f., forefinger will point in the direction of lines of force.

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What is Fleming's left-handed rule ?
Last Answer : : If the thumb , forefinger and middle finger of the left hand are extended at right angles to each other, if the index finger points in the direction of the magnetic force line and the direction of the middle current, then the thumb will point in the direction of rotation of the conductive wire.

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What should be the angle between the thumb (main) finger and the central finger in Fleming’s rule? What does each finger indicate?
Last Answer : The angle between the thumb and the central finger must be 90o. Fore finger indicates direction of magnetic field, thumb indicates direction of mechanical force / motion of conductor and the central finger indicates the direction of induced current or electric current.

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Which rule implement for axes Nomenclature? a.Left-hand rule b.Right-Hand Rule c.Thumb Rule d.None of the above
Last Answer : b.Right-Hand Rule

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In the left hand rule, forefinger always represents (a) voltage (b) current (c) magnetic field (d) direction of force on the conductor
Last Answer : (c) magnetic field

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The left hand rule correlates to (a) current, induced e.m.f. and direction of force on a conductor (b) magnetic field, electric field and direction of force on a conductor (c) self induction, ... and direction of force on a conductor (d) current, magnetic field and direction of force on a conductor
Last Answer : (d) current, magnetic field and direction of force on a conductor

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Last Answer : In the left hand rule, forefinger always represents magnetic field.

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Last Answer : The left hand rule correlates to current, magnetic field and direction of force on a conductor.

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Ian Fleming's house was called Goldeneye - which country
Last Answer : Jamaica

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Identify the polarisation of the wave given, Ex = cos wt and Ey = sin wt. The phase difference is -90 0 . a) Left hand circularly polarised b) Right hand circularly polarised c) Left hand elliptically polarised d) Right hand elliptically polarised
Last Answer : b) Right hand circularly polarised

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Identify the polarisation of the wave given, Ex = 2 cos wt and Ey = 2 sin wt. The phase difference is +90 0 . a) Left hand circularly polarised b) Right hand circularly polarised c) Left hand elliptically polarised d) Right hand elliptically polarised
Last Answer : a) Left hand circularly polarised

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Identify the polarisation of the wave given, Ex = 2 cos wt and Ey = sin wt. The phase difference is -90 0 . a) Left hand circularly polarised b) Right hand circularly polarised c) Left hand elliptically polarised d) Right hand elliptically polarised
Last Answer : d) Right hand elliptically polarised

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Identify the polarisation of the wave given, Ex = Exo cos wt and Ey = Eyo sin wt. The phase difference is +90 0 . a) Left hand circularly polarised b) Right hand circularly polarised c) Left hand elliptically polarised d) Right hand elliptically polarised
Last Answer : c) Left hand elliptically polarised

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If deflection angles are measured in a closed traverse, the difference between the sum of the right-hand and that of the left hand angles should be equal to (A) 0° (B) 90° (C) 180° (D) 360°
Last Answer : (D) 360°

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1. Consider a circular loop of wire lying in the plane of the table. Let the current pass through the loop clockwise. Apply the right-hand rule to find out the direction of the magnetic field inside and outside the loop. -Physics-10
Last Answer : Solution: For the downward direction of the current, the direction of the magnetic field will be as if emerging from the table outside the loop and merging with the table inside the loop. Similarly, ... the table outside the loop and merging with the table inside the loop, as shown in the figure.

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Fleming is Right Hand Rule is used to find the direction of –
Last Answer : Induced Curren

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State ‘Cork screw rule’ and ‘Right hand thumb rule’.
Last Answer : Cork screw rule Direction of magnetic lines of force around a straight current carrying conductor can be determined by these rules. Cork screw rule' says that, the direction of magnetic ... or encircling fingers must be in the direction of magnetic lines of force around the conductor.

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RIGHT HAND THUMB RULE
Last Answer : “By holding a current carrying straight conductor in your right hand then thumb points towards the direction of current and curled fingers around the conductor will give the direction of magnetic field.”

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In the right-hand rule for propagation, the thumb points in the direction of the E field and the forefinger points in the direction of the H field. In what direction does the middle finger point?
Last Answer : Direction of wave propagation.

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The right-hand rule for motors is used to find the relationship between what motor characteristics?
Last Answer : Direction of conductor movement (rotation), direction of flux, and the direction of current flow.

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The rule of thumb is that a right hander should wear a watch on the left arm and vice versa. Where did that rule come from?
Last Answer : It comes from being able to look at your watch while writting so you don't loose track of time.

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Are your left hand fingers longer than your right hand fingers (and vice versa)?
Last Answer : It’s always been that way with me. My left hand fingers are about a half inch longer. I’m a mutant.

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Do you sometimes feel an urge to use your left hand to do things that you would normally do with your right hand?
Last Answer : answer:Why not just do it? Some people are ambidextrous; two of my step-sons use both hands for various tasks, including writing, dicing with a knife and throwing a football or baseball. I’m not sure that the reasons matter. Experiment.

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Why do men's pants have a right-hand zipper and women's pants have a left-hand zipper?
Last Answer : Because buttons are the same way. Maybe so it’s easier to unzip each others’ clothes?

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Why does the common playing position of most stringed instruments require more strength and dexterity from the left hand than the right?
Last Answer : Playing the guitar, its just about equal. playing the drums, it takes both arms and both legs and sometimes even your head.

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Anyone else have (momentary) trouble telling their right hand from the left?
Last Answer : knotmyday, this is so me! My children learned early on that when I say this it's left, and that is right. My daughter told me if I hold my hands out in front of me, the index finger ... form the letter L for left. I'm left-handed. I wonder if this difficulty is more prevalent among lefties?

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Can you make the figure 6 motion with your right hand whilst simultaneously moving a figure 8 with your left foot?
Last Answer : Yes, but only very slowly and with much deliberation.

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Why does my left hand or right hand move involuntary when I move the opposite hand like to scratch, pick up something, or any other movement?
Last Answer : It might be down to the Ideomotor effect, other than that I can’t help.

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What did the left hand say to the right hand after the test? -Riddles
Last Answer : Why do you always have to be RIGHT.