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So according to the picture, I found the transformer voltage equation and current equation to be the following:

Precondition:

i1 is current in left loop

i2 is current in 2nd loop

Transformer Voltage Eq:

V1/N1 = 4i2/N2

Current Eq:

Ni(i1) = N2(-i2)

But since we are given that flux(t) = flux_initial sin(wt) How do i use this and relate it to the problem..? I don't get it.

Thanks for any help.

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# How do I relate flux equation to transformers?

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