Problem: If the current through an inductor were doubled, the energy stored in the inductor would be __________A. quartered.B. quadrupled.C. the same.D. halved.E. doubled.

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The energy stored in the inductor:

E=12Li2

From the equation, energy stored in the inductor is directly proportional to the square of the current through the inductor.

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If the current through an inductor were doubled, the energy stored in the inductor would be __________

A. quartered.

B. quadrupled.

C. the same.

D. halved.

E. doubled.

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