# 6) Find the value of the inductor , if v.(t) = 10cos104 V and the average... 6) Find the value of the inductor , if v.(t) = 10cos104 V and the average power dissipated by the circuit is 4 W a) 0.25 H b) 0.5 H c) 1H V.DO d) 2 H

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