A 50 Volt range spring controlled, electrodynamic voltmeter having a square low scale response takes 0.05A on D.C. for full scale deflection of 900 . The control constant is 0.5 x 10-6 N-m/degree and the initial mutual inductance of the Instrument is 0.50 H. Find the true potential difference across the Instrument, when it reads 50 V at 50 Hz?

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