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An alternating current can induce voltage because it has

A) ripple value
B) varying magnetic field
C) weaker magnetic field than direct current
D) high peak value
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The correct answer is \(B\).


Explanation:
As induced voltage is produced by varying magnetic field. The induced voltage is proportional to the rate of change of magnetic flux linking the coil.

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