I am having a problem with the following problem: A step-up transformer increases 10V to 170V. What is the current in Amperes in the secondary as compared to the primary? Assume 100% effiiency.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

The only formula I can see that has Amps in it is the turn ration I(secondary)/I(primary)=N(primary)/N(secondary)

How can I solve with out the number of turns? I know 170V/10V=N(secondary)/N(primary)

Any help is appreciated

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# Homework Help: Step Up Transformer

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