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Posted by Phillip on Tuesday, April 17, 2012 at 4:50am.

When you increase the number of turns in a coil to induce more voltage, you do which of the following?. A) only get more voltage if the resistance of the larger coil remains unchanged.B) None of the above.C) do more work to induce the greater voltage.D) really do get "something" for nothing. Beautiful+E) decrease the current, which means you don't get more net voltage

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