The full-load copper loss and iron loss of a transformer are 6,400 W and 500 W,respectively. The above copper loss and iron loss at half load will be :
• a)
3,200 W and 250 W respectively
• b)
3,200 W and 500 W respectively
• c)
1,600 W and 125 W respectively
• d)
1, 600 W and 500 W respectively

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