Thank you for replying. I actually just read through that and was still a little confused given the wording of my homework question.hi Clay,
Welcome to AAC,
Is this what you are asking.
My thought is that both the primary and secondary current will decrease given that what happens on one side of the transformer will happen on the other.hi Clay,
As this is Homework, please post what you consider the answer is to the question, we can then help you.
If you have a relatively constant voltage source connected to a resistor and you lower the value of the resistor, does the current through the resistor (and also the source) increase or decrease?My thought is that both the primary and secondary current will decrease given that what happens on one side of the transformer will happen on the other.
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