An AC circuit includes a capacitor of 2.0 micro ferads and an inductor of inductance 8.3 milihenerry. The AC voltage supply is set at a frequency of f= 100hz.
A) what is the capacitive reactance? B) what is the inductive resistance?
Given data,
C = 2 F = 2 * 10^{-6} F
L = 8.3 mH = 8.3 * 10^{-3} H
f = 100 hz
Formula required to solve the problem,
X_{L} = L = 2 f L [Where X_{L}= Inductive Reactance in Ohm, f = Frequency in hz, L = Inductance in Henry]
X_{C} = 1/(C) = 1/ (2 f C) [Where X_{C}= Capacitive Reactance in Ohm, f = Frequency in hz, C = Capacitance in Farad]
X_{C} = 1/(C) = 1/ (2 f C) = 1/ (2 *100* 2 * 10^{-6}) = 795.774
X_{L} = L = 2 f L = 2 * 100 * 8.3 * 10^{-3} = 5.215
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