Question

A resistor (* R* = 9.00 ✕ 10

a.) Calculate the impedance of the circuit.

b.) Calculate the maximum current delivered by the source.

c.) Calculate the phase angle between the current and voltage.

d.) Is the current leading or lagging behind the voltage?

Answer #1

A 70 Ω resistor, an 7.0 μF capacitor, and a 34 mH inductor are
connected in series in an ac circuit. -Calculate the impedance for
a source frequency of 300 Hz. -Calculate the impedance for a source
frequency of 30.0 kHz.

The resistor (? =40 Ω), capacitor (? = 5 μF) and
inductor (? = 2mH) are connected
in parallel to the source of alternating voltage. Find the
impedance of the circuit for the
frequency ?1 = 60 Hz and ?2 = 20 kHz

A 70 Ω resistor, an 9.0 μF capacitor, and a 36 mH inductor are
connected in series in an ac circuit.
a.) Calculate the impedance for a source frequency of 300
Hz.
Express your answer with the appropriate units.
b.) Calculate the impedance for a source frequency of 30.0
kHz.
Express your answer with the appropriate units.

An L-R-C series circuit consists of a
60.0 Ω resistor, a 16.0 μF capacitor, a 4.00 mH inductor,
and an ac voltage source of voltage amplitude 55.0 V operating at
1500 Hz .
The current amplitude across the inductor, the resistor, and the
capacitor is 0.814A...now, double the frequency and...
a. Find new current amplitude across the inductor, the resistor,
and the capacitor.
b. Find new voltage amplitudes across the inductor, the
resistor, and the capacitor.

A 180 Ω resistor is in series with a 0.105 H inductor and a
0.400 μF capacitor.
(A) Compute the impedance of the circuit at a frequency of
f1 = 500 Hz and at a frequency of f2 = 1000 Hz
.
(B) In each case, compute the phase angle of the source voltage
with respect to the current.

An L-R-C series circuit consists of a
60.0 Ω resistor, a 16.0 μF capacitor, a 4.00 mH inductor,
and an ac voltage source of voltage amplitude 55.0 V operating at
1500 Hz .
a. Find the current amplitude across the inductor, the resistor,
and the capacitor.
b. Find the voltage amplitudes across the inductor, the
resistor, and the capacitor. Enter your answers numerically
separated by commas. (VL, VR,
VC)
e. Find new current amplitude across the inductor, the resistor,
and...

a resistor (R=750), a Capacitor (C=3.36uf) and inductor
(L=2.34H) are connected in series across a 120Hz Ac source for
which change in V=105V.
a) calculate rms voltage across the capacitor
b) calculate phase angle between the current and voltage
c) is the current leading or lagging the voltage
d) what is the average power delivered by the voltage source

An
R = 58.9 Ω resistor is connected in series with a C = 18.1 μF
capacitor and a 190 Hz, 114 V source. Calculate the current in the
circuit.
What is the value of the inductor that must be inserted in the
circuit to reduce the current to one half that found in the
previous problem?

Consider an RLC circuit in series. In the circuit the AC source
has an rms voltage of 10 V and frequency of 25 kHz. The inductor is
0.50 mH, the capacitor is 0.10 μF, and resistor is 5.0 Ω. a)
Determine the impedance b) Determine the voltage across the
inductor, capacitor and resistor. c) Determine the phase angle. d)
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A series ac circuit contains a 350-Ω resistor, a 11.0-mH
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What is the power factor of this circuit? Find the average power
delivered to the entire circuit. What is the average power
delivered to the resistor, to the capacitor, and to the inductor?
Enter your answers numerically separated by commas.

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