## Is Megatron a point one percenter?

Other potential Point One Percenters include Killmaster (another member of the Warriors Elite). While Megatron and Grimlock were not confirmed as Point One Percenters when the concept was originally presented, “Chaos Theory Part 1” did feature a line of dialogue stating that Megatron had an unusually bright spark.

**Why is 39 not a prime number?**

No, 39 is not a prime number. The number 39 is divisible by 1, 3, 13, 39. For a number to be classified as a prime number, it should have exactly two factors. Since 39 has more than two factors, i.e. 1, 3, 13, 39, it is not a prime number.

**Was Bumblebee originally a Decepticon?**

No, it was on the biography for the Decepticon Hardtop’s action figure. That bio claimed Hardtop and Bumblebee were longtime enemies and that it was the Decepticon who broke Bumblebee’s vocal processor.

### What happens to the Arcee twins?

They were later present when the Autobots faced off with the Decepticons in Egypt, and were sent with Ironhide as an advance team to recover Sam. Upon finding Sam and Mikaela, several Decepticons attacked, and Arcee and Elita One were shot and killed while Chromia was last seen taking cover.

**Is 93 a composite number?**

Yes, since 93 has more than two factors i.e. 1, 3, 31, 93. In other words, 93 is a composite number because 93 has more than 2 factors.

**Is 59 a composite number?**

Is 59 a Composite Number? No, since 59 has only two factors, i.e. 1 and 59. In other words, 59 is not a composite number because 59 doesn’t have more than 2 factors.

## What is the%z or% impedance of a transformer?

There is another way of defining the %Z or % Impedance or leakage reactance. A transformer is a nothing but two (or more) coils coupled by magnetic field. Ideally all the magnetic field flux from the primary side couples 100% to the secondary and hence the following ideal equation can be established. V1* I1= V2* I2

**How do you find the turns ratio of a transformer?**

The ratio of the primary to the secondary, the ratio of the input to the output, and the turns ratio of any given transformer will be the same as its voltage ratio. In other words for a transformer: “turns ratio = voltage ratio”.

**What is the power ratio of an ideal transformer?**

Thus, in an ideal transformer the Power Ratio is equal to one (unity) as the voltage, V multiplied by the current, I will remain constant. That is the electric power at one voltage/current level on the primary is “transformed” into electric power, at the same frequency, to the same voltage/current level on the secondary side.

### How many amps does a transformer have?

Maybe you know your transformer has a current of 4 amps and a voltage drop of 10 volts through its secondary coil. You also know your transformer has a current of 6 amps through the primary coil.