# In a synchronous generator if the excitation increased from a low value to normal value, with a fixed load

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In a synchronous generator if the excitation increased from a low value to normal value, with a fixed load

(A) The armature current increases and the power factor decreases

(B) The armature current decreases and the power factor also decreases

(C) The armature current decreases and the power factor increases but is lagging

(D) The armature current decreases and the power factor increases and is leading

In a synchronous generator if the excitation increased from a low value to normal value, with a fixed load The armature current decreases and the power factor increases and is leading

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