# The transformer

The primary coil of the transformer has 1100 turns and is connected to a voltage of 220 V. How many turns does the secondary coil have when it has a voltage of 55 V?

Determine the transformation ratio and decide what the transformation is.

Determine the transformation ratio and decide what the transformation is.

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