p33_090 - 90. (a) We observe that = 7540 rad/s, and,...

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90. (a) We observe that ω = 7540 rad/s, and, consequently, X L = 377 Ω and X C =15 . 3 Ω. Therefore, Eq. 33-64 leads to I rms = 112 V p (35 Ω) 2 + (377 Ω 15 Ω) 2 =0 . 308 A . (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) and (g) For the individual elements, we have: V R, rms = I rms R =10 . 8V V C, rms = I rms X C =4 . 73 V V L, rms = I rms X L = 116 V The capacitor and inductor are not dissipative elements; the only power dissipated (by de±nition)
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