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In a inductor, how does the magnetic field created by the coil influence the current/voltage of the circuit?

In a inductor, how does the magnetic field created by the coil influence the current/voltage of the circuit?

Answer:

in a inductor free electrones r pesent when current is passed through it the free electrones start moving in a definite direction,this causes magnetism.

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