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in a direct current generator, the armature changes alternating current to direct?true or false
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User: in a direct current generator, the armature changes alternating current to direct?true or false

Weegy: Correct, this is true.
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User: an electric motor changes mechanical energy into electrical energy? true or false

Weegy: True .An electric motor is a device used to convert electrical energy to mechanical energy.
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User: household voltage in the united states is usually 210 volts? true or false

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Household voltage in the united states is usually 210 volts. FALSE.
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