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Unformatted text preview: d for a driven RLC circuit. The vertical axis scale is set by I S =4.00 A, and the driving angular frequency is plotted in units of 1000 rad/sec. The inductance in the circuit is L=200 μH and the emf amplitude is E =8.00 V. (1) What is the resonance angular frequency ω R of this circuit? (2) What is the value of the capacitance C in this circuit? (3) What is the magnitude of the impedance of this circuit when ω d = ω R ? (4) What is the value of the resistance R in this circuit? (5) What is the magnitude of the impedance of this circuit when ω d = 10,000 rad/sec? At that frequency, will the circuit be mainly capacitive or mainly inductive? Explain your answer. (6) What is the magnitude of the impedance of this circuit when ω d = 40,000 rad/sec? At that frequency, will the circuit be mainly capacitive or mainly inductive? Explain your answer. My answers are:...
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 Spring '08
 Koehler
 Physics, Capacitance, Current, Energy, Work, Inductor, LC circuit

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