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Chapt. 33 Alternating Current or AC 251
what is the noncomplex number impedance (which is called the [noncomplex] inductive
reactance) and the phase angle for current?
a)
L
and
−
90
◦
.
b)
L/ω
and
−
90
◦
.
c) 1
/
(
ωL
) and 90
◦
.
d)
ωL
and
−
90
◦
.
e)
ωL
and 90
◦
.
033 qmult 00520 1 4 3 easy deductomemory: driven RLC circuits, resonance
17. The driven RLC circuit exhibits:
a) resonance at zero angular frequency.
b) correspondence at zero angular frequency.
c) resonance at angular frequency
ω
= 1
/
√
LC
.
d) correspondence at angular frequency
ω
= 1
/
√
LC
.
e) despondence at angular frequency
ω
= 1
/
√
LC
.
033 qmult 00530 1 4 1 easy deductomemory: RLC circuit, resonance
18. A well known use of a RLC circuit is to:
a) tune in a desired frequency: for example a particular radio or television frequency.
b) change AC to DC.
c) change DC to AC.
d) multiply an undesired frequency.
e) divide a desired frequency.
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This note was uploaded on 11/16/2011 for the course PHY 2053 taught by Professor Buchler during the Fall '06 term at University of Florida.
 Fall '06
 Buchler
 Physics, Current

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