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Q1. | Henry is equivalent to |

A. | Volts/Ampere [Wrong Answer] |

B. | Weber/Volt [Wrong Answer] |

C. | Weber/Ampere [Correct Answer] |

D. | Weber/Ampere^{2} [Wrong Answer] |

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⇒ For a core having a relative permeability μ

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_{r}(H + M)

B = μ

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B = μ

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B = μ

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⇒ In a carbon-zinc cell the function of the depolarizer is that

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2

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⇒ A voltage

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⇒ The voltage induced in a loop of wire rotating in a strong and steady magnetic field is

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A is true but R is false

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6

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⇒ In a CRO, the frequency of output of time base generator

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