# Basic magnet through a copper coil experiment - What if poles were rotated 90 degress

I was wondering what voltage or current, if any, would be produced if the basic magnet through a copper coil experiment had the poles rotated 90 degrees so north and south faced the top/bottom of the coil rather than the entry/exit points?

The attached image has a basic illustration of this.

Thanks

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In that case, by symmetry, if you take any loop of the coil, for every field line that goes through it, if it goes to the negative pole, there must be another symmetrical that comes from the positive, so the total flux will be $0$, and constant, so there will be no current induced.