The image above represents intensity of induced magnetization.

To compute for intensity of induced magnetization, two essential parameters are needed and these parameters are **Magnetic Susceptibility (K) **and **Magnetizing Force of Inducing Field (H).**

The formula for calculating intensity induced magnetization:

J = KH

Where:

J = Intensity of Induced Magnetization

K = Magnetic Susceptibility

H = Magnetizing Force of Inducing Field

Let’s solve an example;

Find the intensity induced magnetization when the magnetic susceptibility is 14 and the magnetizing force of inducing field is 24.

This implies that;

K = Magnetic Susceptibility = 14

H = Magnetizing Force of Inducing Field = 24

J = KH

J = (14)(24)

J = 336

Therefore, the **intensity induced magnetization **is **336.**

**Calculating the Magnetic Susceptibility when the Intensity Induced Magnetization and the Magnetizing Force of Induced Field is Given.**

K = ^{J} / _{H}

Where;

K = Magnetic Susceptibility

J = Intensity Induced Magnetization

H = Magnetizing force of Induced Field

Let’s solve an example;

Find the magnetic susceptibility when the intensity induced magnetization is 40 and the magnetizing force of Induced Field is 4.

This implies that;

J = Intensity Induced Magnetization = 40

H = Magnetizing force of Induced Field = 4

K = ^{J} / _{H}

K = ^{40} / _{4}

K = 10

Therefore, the **magnetic susceptibility **is **10.**