# Consider the following statements  Statement 1: The energy of a charged particle cannot change in magnetic field  Statement 2: If the magnetic field does not change with time, there is no induced electric

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

When a charged particle is placed in a time varying magnetic field, there is an induced electric field which changes the energy of the particle.
So statement (1) is false.
But if there is no change in magnetic field (constant magnetic field) there is no induced electric field.
So statement (2) is true.
Ans : (b)
edited Mar 6