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A 0.380 H inductor, a 20 µf capacitor, and a 25Ω resistor are connected in series...

A 0.380 H inductor, a 20 µf capacitor, and a 25Ω resistor are connected in series to an ac generator with an rms voltage of 30.0 V and a frequency of 50.0 Hz. Find the rms current and the peak current in the circuit.

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