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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) Is the voltage leading or lagging the current?

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