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the power output of a transformer is 100W. The input voltage is 25V. What is the number of loops ratio of the transformer if the output current is 1.0 A ?

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    4:1

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    can you explain why?

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    out put power is always equal to input power, given that the transformer is ideal means no power loss in it, and p=V I

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    P=VI

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    thank you

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