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Q1. | A 200 turn coil has an inductance of 12 mH. If the number of turns is increased to 400 turns, all other quantities (area, length etc.) remaining the same, the inductance will be |

A. | 6 mH [Wrong Answer] |

B. | 14 mH [Wrong Answer] |

C. | 24 mH [Wrong Answer] |

D. | 48 mH [Correct Answer] |

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Explanation:-
Answer : DDiscuss it below :Prakash Majumder Said on 2018-09-19 09:27:42L is proportional to N^2 Hence, L1/(N1)^2=L2/(N2)^2 therefore, 16*(400)^2/(200)^2=L2 =>L2=48mH !! OOPS Login [Click here] is required to post your answer/resultHelp other students, write article, leave your comments |

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