Difference between Mutual and Self Inductance?
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Solution:

Self inductance is the property of a single isolated coil, to induce an emf in it, in accordance with the change in magnetic flux linked with it. 

Mutual inductance of a pair of coils is the ability one coil to produce an induced emf in a nearby coil, when the magnetic flux linked with it changes. It depends on the self inductances of each coils and the orientation of the coils and the separation between the coils.

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