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To compute for intensity induced magnetization, three essential parameters are needed and these parameters are **Magnetic Moment (M), Length (L) **and **Cross-Sectional Area (A).**

The formula for calculating intensity induced magnetization:

J = ^{M} / _{LA}

Where:

J = Intensity of Induced Magnetization

M = Magnetic Moment

L = Length

A = Cross-Sectional Area

Let’s solve an example;

Find the intensity induced magnetization when the magnetic moment is 20, the length is 16 and the cross-sectional area is 25.

This implies that;

M = Magnetic Moment = 20

L = Length = 16

A = Cross-Sectional Area = 25

J = ^{M} / _{LA}

J = ^{20} / _{(16)(25)}

J = ^{20} / _{400}

J = 0.05

Therefore, the **intensity induced magnetization **is **0.05.**

**Calculating the Magnetic Moment when the Intensity Induced Magnetization, the Length and the Cross-Sectional Area is Given.**

M = J x LA

Where;

M = Magnetic Moment

J = Intensity Induced Magnetization

L = Length

A = Cross-Sectional Area

Let’s solve an example;

Find the Magnetic Moment when the intensity induced magnetization is 20, the length is 12 and the cross-sectional area is 5.

This implies that;

J = Intensity Induced Magnetization = 20

L = Length = 12

A = Cross-Sectional Area = 5

M = J x LA

M = 20 x (12)(5)

M = 20 x 60

M = 1200

Therefore, the **magnetic moment **is **1200.**

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