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An AC circuit with a 450 Ωresistor, 1.7 H inductor, and a 10 μF capacitor oscillates at a frequency of 50 Hz. If the source voltage is 220 V (rms), find the following:

inductive reactance

capacitive reactance


rms current of circuit

max voltage across resistor

rms voltage across capacitor

max voltage across inductor

average power dissipated in circuit

power factor

phase angle between current and voltage

resonant frequency of the circuit

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