# (1 point) For the circuit below, V, (148 - 173°) V, C 192 2, and R...

(1 point) For the circuit below, V, (148 - 173°) V, C 192 2, and R 134 S2. Find Vo Vs Vo 10 k? 2013 Paul Hummel @OEO BY NC SA 0

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