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Transformers:

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Part D- In a transformer, the primary coil contains 400 turns, and the secondary coil contains 80 turns. If the primary current is 2.5 amperes, what is the secondary current I_2?

(Express answer in amperes.)

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The relation connecting number of turns and current is.

here I1 is the primary current, I2 is the secondary current, N1 is primary number of turns, and N2 is the secondary number of turns.

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