What is called magnetic flux (flux of magnetic induction)?

The magnetic flux (flux of the vector of magnetic induction) Ф through some surface S is a scalar quantity equal to the product of the modulus of the vector of magnetic induction by the area of this surface and the cosine of the angle between the normal n to it and the direction of the vector of magnetic induction.

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