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In a split-phase induction motor, the resistance/reactance ratios of windings are such that

(A) current in the auxiliary winding leads the current in the main winding

(B) current in the auxiliary winding lags the current in the main winding

(C) both windings develop the same starting torque

(D) both windings develop high starting current

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In a split-phase induction motor, the resistance/reactance ratios of windings are such that current in the auxiliary winding leads the current in the main winding

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