You should understand that the formula you mentioned above is only valid if your are matching impedances to the primary winding.The formula that my textbook taught number of windings primary/by number of secondary, square the answer and x the secondary impedance so my answer was coming up 62 ohms. Bounty Hunter, your answer is correct.
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