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# Consider the following statements  Statement 1: The energy of a charged particle does not change in spatially varying magnetic field  Statement 2: The instantaneous work done by magnetic field is zero

$\begin {array} {1 1} (a)\;Both\: the\: statements\: are\: true.\: Statement \: 2\: is \: a \: correct\: explanation\: of \: statement\: 1 \\ (b)\;Both\: the\: statements\: are\: true.\: Statement \: 2\: is \:not \: a \: correct\: explanation\: of \: statement\: 1 \\ (c)\;Statement \: 1 \: is \: true, \: statement\: 2\: is\: false \\ (d)\;Statement \: 2 \: is \: true, \: statement\: 1\: is\: false \end {array}$

Magnetic field can always be considered uniform in a small enough region of space.
Ans : (a)