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Unformatted text preview: Chapter 35 The magnitude of the instantaneous value of the emf represented by this phasor is 1. increasing. 2. decreasing. 3. constant. 4. It’s not possible to tell without knowing t . The magnitude of the instantaneous value of the emf represented by this phasor is 1. increasing. 2. decreasing. 3. constant. 4. It’s not possible to tell without knowing t . The resistor whose voltage and current phasors are shown here has resistance R 1. > 1 Ω. 2. < 1 Ω. 3. It’s not possible to tell. The resistor whose voltage and current phasors are shown here has resistance R 1. > 1 Ω. 2. < 1 Ω. 3. It’s not possible to tell . What is the capacitive reactance of “no capacitor,” just a continuous wire? 1. 0 2. ∞ 3. Undefined What is the capacitive reactance of “no capacitor,” just a continuous wire? 1. 0 2. ∞ 3. Undefined Rank in order, from largest to smallest, the crossover frequencies of these four circuits.of these four circuits....
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 Spring '08
 drake
 RLC, Inductor, Electrical resistance, series RLC circuit

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