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In RLC series circuit, an AC source with a rms voltage of 220 V and frequency 60 Hz is connected to a resistor, a capacitor 65 µF and an inductor of inductance 185 mH. If the observed current is 4.4 A, evaluate the resistance of the resistor.

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