Part A: What is the impedance of the circuit?
Part B: What is the current amplitude?
Part C: What is the phase angle of the source voltage with respect to the current?
Part D: Does the source voltage lag or lead the current?
Part E: What is the voltage amplitude across the resistor?
Part F: What is the voltage amplitude across the inductor?
Part G: What is the voltage amplitudes across the capacitor?
capacitive reactance, X_{c} = 1/(wC) = 1/(270*5.5*10^{-6}) = 673.4 ohm
inductive reactance, X_{L} = wL = 270*0.41 = 110.7 ohm
A) impedence is given by, Z=sqrt(R^{2} + (X_{c} - X_{L})^{2}) = sqrt(190^{2}+(673.4-110.7)^{2}) = 593.911 ohm
B) current,i = V/Z = 28/593.11 = 0.0472 Amp
C) phase angle, = tan^{-1}((X_{L}-X_{c})/R) = tan^{-1}((110.7-673.4)/190)
= -71.342^{o}
D) Source voltage lags
E) V_{R} = i*R = 0.0472*190 = 8.968 V
F) V_{C} = i*X_{c} = 0.0472*673.4 = 31.784 V
G) V_{L} = i*X_{L} = 0.0472*110.7 = 5.225 V
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