Mutual inductance and current?

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  1. electronice123

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    A circuit has two series connected inductors and two capacitors of equal value. The inductors have an inductance of 100mH each and a mutual inductance of 300mH.

    Is it possible for the inductance's to resonate with the capacitor (not including the mutual inductance)?
    And if so would the mutual inductance limit current and cause the circuit to be inductive (voltage leads current)? Even though the circuit is at resonance...
     
    Last edited: Sep 14, 2014
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