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A permanent magnet stepper motor with 8 poles in stator and 6 poles in rotor will have a step angle of (a) 7.5° (b) 15° (c) 30° (d) 60°

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A permanent magnet stepper motor with 8 poles in stator and 6 poles in rotor will have a step angle of 15°

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