The Alternating Current Flowing through the Primary Coil of the Transformer Creates an Alternating Current in the Secondary coil. Explain how!

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The alternating current creates an alternating magnetic field across the transformer. A magnetic field develops in the iron core of the transformer. This causes a potential difference to be induced across the secondary coil. 

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