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