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i got 

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 Jan 16, 2019
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Let's see what I can find  ( I WAS an electrical engineer in undergrad MANY years ago......have not seen it since then)

Her it goes  (I had to look up all of this)

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f=frequency = 10/pi

V= 10

 

XL = Inductive reactance  = 2 pi f L  = 2 pi  10/pi 4   =80 ohms         (L=.4)

XC = Capacitive reactance  1/(2pi f C)   = 1/( 2 pi 10/pi  1/2200) = 110 ohms

R= 120 ohms

 

Z= impedance = sqrt ( R^2 + (XL-XC)^2 )   = sqrt (14400 + (80-110)^2 )   = sqrt (14400 + 900) = 123.693 ohms

 

I = V/Z    =  10/123.693 = 81 milliamps

 

 

I could be WAAAAAAY off base here....Rom would be the best to answer this for sure cheeky

 Jan 16, 2019
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without digging into it too deeply you look like you know what you're doing.

 

To be honest once out of college I never had to solve any analog circuits.

Rom  Jan 16, 2019

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