Question

circuit is composed of two parallel branches, the first contains an impedance Z=3Ω + j4 Ω, and the second branch contains R=10Ω.

What is the power factor of the circuit:

Pf =

- Is it "lagging" or "leading"

What are the powers in the two resistors if the total power of the circuit is 1100W:

P (in resistor 3Ω) = in W

P (in resistor 10Ω) = in W

Answer #1

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