A 2.04 kΩ resistor is connected to an AC voltage source with an rms voltage of 115 V.
Hint: Apply Ohm's law and the relationship between the maximum and rms values in an AC circuit
a.) What is the maximum potential difference across the resistor (in V)?
b.) What is the maximum current through the resistor (in A)?
c.) What is the rms current through the resistor (in A)?
d.) What is the average power dissipated by the resistor (in W)?
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