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A1. Series, synchronous, induction.
A2. To power small appliances.
A3. They operate on either ac or dc.
A4. The number of phases in the applied voltage.
A5. 90.
A6. Number and location of field poles.
A7. Constant speed required by some loads.
A8. They are simple and inexpensive to make.
A9. Slip.
A10. Load.
A11. Single-phase induction motor.
A12. By using combinations of inductance and capacitance to apply out-of phase currents in starting windings.
A13. They have very weak starting torques.

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