Let's say, there are two loops made from a single wire , loop 1 of bigger area and loop 2 having smaller area.
Now let us suppose, a magnetic field exists in space perpendicular to the plane of the loops and in the outward direction and it's magnitude is increasing linearly. (To neglect effects of self inductance)
Now , what would be the direction of current in this case?
According to my teacher, direction of current in loop 1 would be in clockwise direction which would result in direction of current in loop 2 being in anticlockwise direction, and the stated reason was that, since loop 1 has bigger area, it has more contribution in the flux .
According to lenz law , flux due to current induced should oppose the already present magnetic field , but I can't see how loop 1 flux has more opposing flux to overcome supporting effect of loop 2 , even if area of loop 1 is bigger .
Isn't it also that loop 1 magnetic field strength is less (going by formulae for magnetic field at the center of loop).
So , I am just confused about determining the direction of current in this case.