just tell me how the p.d. increases in a step up transformer.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

(Please dont use formulas for this.)

if we take a conductor of same length and thickness as the 1st one for the secondary coil,

the voltage doesn't increase.

but why does it,if we increase the length.

I mean,how can that affect it?

(Please dont use formulas for this,because i want to see how the formula is derived than the other way round)

and how does it satisfy the law of energy conservation?

Thank You.

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# P.d. increases in a step up transformer

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