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A series RLC circuit contains a 210 Ω resistor, a 17.0 mH inductor, a 2.70 μF...

A series RLC circuit contains a 210 Ω resistor, a 17.0 mH inductor, a 2.70 μF capacitor, and an AC voltage source of amplitude 45.0 V operating at an angular frequency of 360 rad/s.

(a) What is the power factor of this circuit?

(b) Find the average power delivered to the entire circuit by the source, in W

(c) What is the average power delivered to the capacitor, in W?

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