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In a differentially compounded dc motor

(A) the speed is constant as the torque increases

(B) the speed falls non-linearly as the torque increases

(C) the speed increases non-linearly as the torque increases

(D) the flux increases as the load increases

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In a differentially compounded dc motor the speed increases non-linearly as the torque increases

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