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In a single-phase transformer, the magnetizing current is

(A) in phase with the no-load current

(B) in quadrature with the no-load current

(C) the product of no-load current and power factor

(D) in phase with the flux in the core

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In a single-phase transformer, the magnetizing current isĀ in phase with the flux in the core

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