## Determine the power supplied to the load, Physics

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A single-phase transformer has a voltage ratio of 6:1 and the h.v.winding is supplied at 540V.

The secondary winding gives a full load current of 30A at a power factor of 0.8 lagging. Neglecting losses,

Find

(a) The rating of the transformer,

(b) The power supplied to the load,

(c) The primary current

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