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Question 1:

An *L-R-C* series circuit *L* = 0.117 H ,
*R* = 243 Ω , and *C* = 7.27 *μ*F carries an
rms current of 0.448 A with a frequency of 402 Hz .

- What is the phase angle, answer in (radians)
- What is the power factor of this circuit?
- What is the impedance of the circuit?
- What is the rms voltage of the source?
- What is the average rate at which electrical energy is converted to thermal energy in the resistor?
- What is the average rate at which electrical energy is dissipated (converted to other forms) in the capacitor?
- In the inductor?

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An L-R-C series circuit L = 0.117 H , R = 243? , and C
= 7.27?F carries an rms current of
0.454A with a frequency of 408Hz .
a) What is the phase angle? (in radians)
b) What is the power factor for this circuit?
c) What is the impedance of the circuit? (in Ω)
d) What is the rms voltage of the source? (in V)
e) What is the average rate at which electrical energy is
converted to thermal energy...

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Part C
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