The image above represents magnetic flux.

To compute for magnetic flux, two essential parameters are needed and these parameters are **Area (A) **and **Total Magnetic Field (B).**

The formula for calculating magnetic flux:

φ = B.A

Where:

φ = Magnetic Flux

A = Area

B = Total Magnetic Field

Let’s solve an example;

Find the magnetic flux with a given area of 32 and a total magnetic field of 18.

This implies that;

A = Area = 32

B = Total Magnetic Field = 18

φ = B.A

φ = (18)(32)

φ = 576

Therefore, the **magnetic flux **is **576 Wb.**

**Calculating the Area when the Magnetic Flux and the Total Magnetic Field is Given.**

A = ^{φ} / _{B}

Where;

A = Area

φ = Magnetic Flux

B = Total Magnetic Field

Let’s solve an example;

Find the area when the magnetic flux is 40 and the total magnetic field is 20.

This implies that;

φ = Magnetic Flux = 40

B = Total Magnetic Field = 20

A = ^{φ} / _{B}

A = ^{40} / _{20}

A = 2

Therefore, the **area **is **2.**

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