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Why in transformer current is inversly prootional to voltage? why against ohm’s law?

Why in transformer current is inversly prootional to voltage? why against ohm’s law?

Grade:12th pass

1 Answers

Amritpal Singh Saini
134 Points
3 years ago
In transformer there is also a power factor , as power is nothing but the product of current and voltage , so the current required to carry the power decreases when the voltage increases , there is no violation of ohm`s law , because it states that the voltage across the the conductor is proportional to the current flowing through it

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