A d.c. voltage of 230 V is imposed on an unloaded 230 V, 50 Hz transformer, it will

(A) give high secondary voltage (B) burn out

(C) give secondary voltage as per k (D) None of these
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A d.c. voltage of 230 V is imposed on an unloaded 230 V, 50 Hz transformer, it will burn out

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