ch31-p031 - 31. (a) The current amplitude I is given by I =...

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31. (a) The current amplitude I is given by I = V L / X L , where X L = ω d L = 2 π f d L . Since the circuit contains only the inductor and a sinusoidal generator, V L = ε m . Therefore, 3 30.0V 0.0955A 95.5 mA. 2 2 Hz)(50.0 10 H) m L Ld V I Xf L 3− == = = = ππ ( 1 . 0 0 × 1 0 × (b) The frequency is now eight times larger than in part (a), so the inductive reactance
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