Posted by **brad** on Sunday, December 1, 2013 at 11:04pm.

An inductor (L = 405 mH), a capacitor (C = 4.43 µF), and a resistor (R = 400 ) are connected in series. A 50.0 Hz AC generator produces a peak current of 250 mA in the circuit.

(a) Calculate the required peak voltage ΔVmax.

V

(b) Determine the phase angle by which the current the applied voltage.

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