A 240 volts 50 Hz single phase ac source supplies a series load consisting of a resistor (40 ohms), a reactor (127.324 mH) and a capacitor (318.3 μF).
Calculate the current and real power delivered by the source.
Calculate the voltage developed across each the three load circuit components.
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