An AC source operating at 60-Hz with a maximum voltage of 170 V is connected in series with a resistor (R = 1.2 k Q) and capacitor (C = 2.5 μF).
a) What is the maximum value of the current in the circuit?
b) What is the maximum values of the potential difference across the resistor and capacitor?
c) When the current is zero, what are the magnitudes of the potential difference across the resistor, capacitor and AC source? How much charge is on the capacitor at this instant?
d) When the current is at a maximum, what are the magnitude of the potential differences across the resistor, the capacitor, and AC source? How much charge is on the capacitor at this instant?
An AC source operating at 60-Hz with a maximum voltage of 170 V is connected in series with a resistor (R = 1.2 k Q) and capacitor (C = 2.5 μF).
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