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# A magnetic circuit with a constant ac voltage amplitude has a core loss totaling 100W at...

A magnetic circuit with a constant ac voltage amplitude has a core loss totaling 100W at 120Hz and totaling 32W at 60Hz. Find the core loss at 50Hz.

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