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The maximum flux in a transformer is φm when primary voltage is V and the frequency is f. If the primary
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The maximum flux in a transformer is φm when primary voltage is V and the frequency is f. If the primary voltage is 2 V and frequency is f/2, the flux will be (a) 4 φm (b) 0.25 φm (c) φm (d) 0.5 φm
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