In a single-phase induction motor when the rotor is stationary and voltage is applied to the stator, then

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In a single-phase induction motor when the rotor is stationary and voltage is applied to the stator, then

(A) the flux is constant

(B) the flux first decreases and then increases in the same direction

(C) the flux increases and decreases in the opposite direction with the same magnitude

(D) current flows through the rotor

In a single-phase induction motor when the rotor is stationary and voltage is applied to the stator, then the flux first decreases and then increases in the same direction

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