**Question:**

An elliptical loop having resistance $R$, of semi major axis $a$, and semi minor axis $b$ is placed in a magnetic field as shown in the figure. If the loop is rotated about the $x$-axis with angular frequency $\omega$, the average power loss in the loop due to Joule heating is :

Correct Option: 1

**Solution:**

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