Consider the above question. I have been able to solve the question understanding area vector of A and B are opposite in direction.
However I have some conceptual doubts.
In Faraday Law, when we say "area enclosed by a closed loop", does it coherently include all type of loops -- with twists and turns as given in the above question.
Suppose I take only one loop say A and I try to apply Faraday in it. Can I do so simply while ignoring B?