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what are the different techniques in solving RLC circuits

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Two RLC circuits have different values of L and C.
Is it possible for these two circuits to have the same resonance
frequency?
When an AC generator is connected to an LRC circuit, where do you
ultimately does the energy come from? Where is it going? How do the
values of L, R and C affect the power supplied by the
generator?

Why is it important to learn about the Natural and Step
Response of these RLC circuits?

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Engineering students are learning to use phasor diagrams to
analyze RLC series circuits. They are given the following phasor
diagram, and they are told that the AC power source has a frequency
of 60.0 Hz and the resistor has a resistance of 84.0 Ω. Four
vectors and a directional arrow are positioned on a coordinate
plane. All vectors begin at the origin. In counterclockwise order,
starting from the bottom: a vector labeled ΔVC = 15.0 V points down
along the...

For a circuit RLC, how is the response of the circuit
different when we supply a square wave versus when we supply a sine
wave?

a) an RLC series circuit has a 2.50 kOhm resistor, a 170 mH
inductor, and a 24.0 nF capacitor. Find the power factor at f=8.70
kHz.
b)What is the phase angle at this frequency?
c)If the voltage source has Vrms=350 V, what is the average
power at this frequency?
d) Find the average power at the circuits resonant
frequency?

Consider three different AC circuits (A−C) consist of a
resistor, capacitor and inductor, connected in series to a function
generator that creates a voltage of ∆v = 2.0 cos(ωt) Volts with ω =
2x104 rad/s. The circuits are:
(A) R = 3 Ω; C = 25 μF; L = 300 μH
(B) R = 4 Ω; C = 6.25 μF; L = 250 μH
(C)R = 5 Ω; C = 5 μF; L = 500 μH
Rank the circuits by...

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