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The core of a transformer (medium size) uses to provide high flux densities (a) diamagnetic (c) ferromagnetic core (b) paramagnetic (d) none of these

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Ferromagnetic material give high flux density
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The core of transformer is made up colled rolled grain oriented. It is a ferromagnetic material..

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