Find an expression for the total flux, Electrical Engineering

Q. A rectangular loop is placed in the field of an infinitely long straight conductor carrying a current of I amperes, as shown in Figure. Find

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an expression for the total flux linking the loop, assuming a medium of permeability µ.

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