Posted by **Mary** on Tuesday, November 16, 2010 at 8:14pm.

A wye-connected load consists of three impedances of 12+j3 ohms each. The line voltage driving the load is 208V.

What is the phase voltage?

What is the phase current?

What is the apparent power delivered to the load?

What is the power factor?

What is the real power consumed by the load?

This is the last problem on my HW. =/ Idk how to start it.

## Answer This Question

## Related Questions

- Electro 1 - A 6 ohms load is connected to a 119.6volts source through a pair of ...
- Physics - Posting this question again Design an AC circuit with R, L, and C ...
- physics - which one of the following statements concerning an ac circuit is true...
- Physics - Design an AC circuit with R, L, and C components so that it can ...
- Physics - When a resistor is connected across the terminals of an ac generator (...
- Physics - When a resistor is connected across the terminals of an ac generator (...
- Physics - Initially a battery circuit consists of a 25 ohm load connected to a ...
- Physics - A resistance of 400 ohms and inductance of 8H and a capacitance of 20 ...
- Physics - A 80.0 Hz generator with an rms voltage of 150 V is connected in ...
- physics - so i have a circuit (series) where the the emf=12 V and R1=2 ohms and ...

More Related Questions