# In a single phase induction energy meter, in order to obtain true value of energy, the shunt

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In a single phase induction energy meter, in order to obtain true value of energy, the shunt magnetic flux should lag behind the applied voltage by

(a) 90o (b) 0o (c) 45o (d) 60o

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In a single phase induction energy meter, in order to obtain true value of energy, the shunt magnetic flux should lag behind the applied voltage by 90o

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