# ciruit Analysis

Discussion in 'Homework Help' started by bk123, Nov 24, 2014.

1. ### bk123 Thread Starter New Member

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If a 10 ohm resistance is connected to an a.c voltage of 100 sin(314t + 30deg), the power dissipated is?

2. ### bk123 Thread Starter New Member

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In an RL circuit the resistance and reactance are 4 ohms each. in this circuit how the voltage and current will be i.e., which one lags/leads the other one and by what degree ?

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Hello,

We are not an answering service.
Show us what you have done to solve the questions and we can see if corrections are needed.

Bertus

4. ### bk123 Thread Starter New Member

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In an RLC series circuit R=5 Ω, Xl= 10Ω, Xc=15Ω fed from V= 100 sin (314t). RMS current will be?

5. ### t_n_k AAC Fanatic!

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Any bets on when the steam will start coming out of Bertus' ears?

6. ### Papabravo Expert

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Hi bk123,

Welcome to the forum. We will not spoon feed you answers to questions. If you show us what you have done to solve the problem we can help you learn to solve the problems on your own. Please say you understand the content of my post.

7. ### WBahn Moderator

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The power dissipated is something.

8. ### WBahn Moderator

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Yes, one will lead or lag the other by some degree.

9. ### WBahn Moderator

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The RMS current will be something.

I figure if you only want answers, then I will oblige. But I'm only going to put as much effort into my answers as you have put into showing YOUR efforts to solve YOUR homework.

10. ### Papabravo Expert

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If I gave you an answer, but it was wrong; would you be able to catch my mistake?