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Name_________________________________ Section________________________ PHYS 1200 Lecture 7 Student Worksheet: AC Circuits 1) A sinusoidal voltage of constant amplitude V=1V and varying frequency is applied two resistors in series. For the circuit to the right, sketch your prediction for the amplitude of the voltage across the capacitor as a function of frequency. (Let R2=R1/2.) 2) A sinusoidal voltage of constant amplitude V=1V and varying frequency is applied across a resistor and capacitor in series. For the circuit to the right, sketch your prediction for the amplitude of the voltage across the capacitor as a function of frequency.
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Unformatted text preview: 3) On the figure for B, sketch the results from our observation from the demonstration. R2 Function generator R1 1/ RC = C Function generator 4) A mass-spring system with natural frequency of N is driven at frequency D . For which of the following frequencies will the amplitude of the motion be maximum? A) D N << B) D N = C) D N D) All the same. 5) An LRC system with natural frequency of N is driven with a voltage at frequency D . For which of the following frequencies will the amplitude of the current be maximum? A) D N << B) D N = C) D N D) All the same....
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