Question

You have a resistor of resistance 210 Ω , an inductor of
inductance 0.360 H , a capacitor of capacitance 5.90 μF and a
voltage source that has a voltage amplitude of 29.0 V and an
angular frequency of 200 rad/s . The resistor, inductor, capacitor,
and voltage source are connected to form an *L-R-C* series
circuit.

What is the impedance of the circuit?

What is the current amplitude?

What is the phase angle of the source voltage with respect to the current?

Does the source voltage lag or lead the current?

What is the voltage amplitude across the resistor?

What is the voltage amplitude across the inductor?

What is the voltage amplitudes across the capacitor?

Explain how it is possible for the voltage amplitude across the capacitor to be greater than the voltage amplitude across the source.

Answer #1

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inductance 0.370 H , a capacitor of capacitance 5.90 μF and a
voltage source that has a voltage amplitude of 26.0 V and an
angular frequency of 280 rad/s . The resistor, inductor, capacitor,
and voltage source are connected to form an L-R-C series
circuit.
Part A
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