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A metallic square loop \(ABCD\) of side 15 cm and resistance \(1.0 \Omega \) is moved at a uniform velocity of "v" \(\frac { m }{ s } \), in a uniform magnetic field of 2 Telsa, the field lines being normal to the plane of the paper. The loop is connected to an electrical network of resistors, each of resistance \(2 \Omega \). Calculate the speed of the loop, for which 2 mA current flows in the loop.

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