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An ideal (lossless) transformer has 4 times as many turns on the primary winding as it has on the secondary winding. The secordary winding is loaded with a 10k ohm resistor and a sinusoidal voltage source having negligible resistance and a peak voltage of 10V is connected to the primary .

1. the value nearest to the resistance presented to the voltage source??

2. the value nearest to the peak current flowing in the secordary winding??

2. Relevant equations

Input resistance rin = e1/i1 = e2N1/N2 x n1/i2N2 = e2/i2{N1/N2}^2

rin = (N1/N2)^2 x RL

3. The attempt at a solution

I cant find out the solution 1. & 2., please advise!!

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# Homework Help: An ideal (lossless) transformer has 4 times as many turns

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