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Q1. | The self inductances of two coils are 8 mH and 18 mH If the co-efficients of coupling is 0.5, the mutual inductance of the coils is |

A. | 4 mH [Wrong Answer] |

B. | 5 mH [Wrong Answer] |

C. | 6 mH [Correct Answer] |

D. | 12 mH [Wrong Answer] |

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Explanation:-
Answer : CDiscuss it below :Virendra Said on 2016-11-23 14:00:39thank you Mohsin Mohsin Said on 2016-11-06 09:45:40Mutual Inductance = cofficient of coupling * sq.root (L1*L2) M= 0.5 * sq.rt(8*18) M=0.5 * sq.rt(144) M=0.5 *12 M=6 !! OOPS Login [Click here] is required to post your answer/resultHelp other students, write article, leave your comments |

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