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This depends on whether the voltage is AC or DC but an oscilloscope is the tool of choice for seeing voltages and how they change with time.

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For AC motor, you can change motor RPM by changing its supply voltage or by changing supply frequency. For DC motor, you can change motor speed by controlling armatyre voltage or field current.


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