Basic Electrical Mcqs

Q.  The voltage induced in an inductor is represented as,

a. product of its inductance and current through it.
b. ratio of its inductance to the current through it.
c. ratio of the current through it to its inductance.
d. product of its inductance and rate of change of current through it.


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The instantaneous voltage across the inductor is expressed as the product of inductance and a rate of change of current through it as it doesn’t allow any certain change of current through it. Voltage induced in an inductor is written as
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