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Voltage V = V0sin (ωt) is applied to the LRC series circuit, where V0 = 0.85 V, ω = 7541 (1/s) and t is the time in seconds. In the circuit L = 20.0 mH, R = 22.7 kΩ and C = 0.42 μF.

a) Determine the impedance and phase difference of the circuit.

b) What is the effective power of the circuit?

c) What are the effective currents and effective voltages for each component?

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