A portable x-ray unit has a step-up transformer, the 120 V input of which is transformed to the 100 kV output needed by the x-ray tube. The primary has 50 loops and draws a current of 10.00 A when in use.                                      (a) What is the number of loops in the secondary? (b) Find the current output of the secondary.

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A portable x-ray unit has a step-up transformer, the 120 V input of which is transformed to the 100 kV output needed by the x-ray tube. The primary has 50 loops and draws a current of 10.00 A when in use.                                      (a) What is the number of loops in the secondary? (b) Find the current output of the secondary.

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