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## Two inductors are placed in a circuit in series with each other. Inductor 1 has an inductance of 3.5e-3 H and inductor 2 has an inductance o

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Two inductors are placed in a circuit in series with each other. Inductor 1 has an inductance of 3.5e-3 H and inductor 2 has an inductance of 1.38e-4 H. Anytime current is running through the inductors, what is the ratio of energy stored in inductor 1 compared to inductor 2? U1 is the energy in inductor 1 and U2 is the energy in inductor 2.

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Answer:Ratio of energy stored in the inductor will be 2.536

Explanation:We have given two inductance

As inductors are connected in series so current will be same in both inductor

Energy stored in inductor is equal to

Energy stored in second inductor

Dividing equation 1 by equation 2