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You Are On Multi Choice Question Bank SET 1069

### 53451. What is the resonant frequency in the given circuit?

### 53452. Series RLC voltage or impedance totals must be calculated by:

### 53453. When XC = XL the circuit:

### 53454. How much current will flow in a series RLC circuit when VT = 100 V, XL = 160 , XC = 80 , and R = 60 ?

### 53455. When a full band of frequencies is allowed to pass through a filter circuit to the output, the resonant circuit is called a:

### 53456. At resonance, the term bandwidth includes all frequencies that allow what percentage of maximum current to flow?

### 53457. What is the voltage across the capacitor in the given circuit?

### 53458. What is the impedance of the circuit in the given circuit?

### 53459. In a series RLC circuit the current can be found using:

### 53460. What is the true power consumed in a 30 V series RLC circuit if Z = 20 ohms and R = 10 ohms?

### 53461. What is the current phase angle for a parallel RLC circuit when IL = 15.3 A, IC = 0.43 A, and IR = 3.5 A?

### 53462. At any resonant frequency, what voltage is measured across the two series reactive components?

### 53463. What is the resonance frequency?

### 53464. What is the short cut key to open the dialog box?

### 53465. What is the bandwidth in the given circuit. If the winding resistance of the coil is 12 ?

### 53466. At any resonant frequency, what net voltage is measured across the two series reactive components?

### 53467. If the bandwidth of a filter increases:

### 53468. Series RLC impedance or voltage totals must always be calculated by

### 53469. What is the current through the capacitor in the given circuit?

### 53470. What is the total impedance of a 60 Hz series RLC circuit when XL = 7.5 ohms, XC = 265.3 ohms, and R = 33 ohms?

### 53471. What is the total current for the nonideal circuit in the given circuit. If it is at resonance?

### 53472. What is the high cutoff frequency for an RLC circuit that resonates at 2000 Hz and has a bandwidth of 250 Hz?

### 53473. Current in a series RLC circuit may always be used as:

### 53474. What is the impedance of the circuit?

### 53475. Identify the wrong pair

### 53476. Which is the wrong pair

### 53477. What is the approximate phase angle in a series RLC circuit when VC = 117 V, VR = 14.5 V, and VL = 3.3 V?

### 53478. Which statement best describes reactance in a series RLC circuit?

### 53479. What is the band pass (F1 – F2) of an RLC filter that resonates at 150 kHz and has a coil Q of 30?

### 53480. What is the power factor?

### 53481. What is the phase angle?

### 53482. What would be the power factor for an RLC circuit that acts inductively?

### 53483. Voltage lags current in an RLC circuit when it acts:

### 53484. What is the bandwidth of the circuit in the given circuit?

### 53485. What is the voltage across R1, C1, and L1?

### 53486. With the frequency given, the circuit in the given circuit is operating above resonance.

### 53487. The current through the inductor is 5 amps.

### 53488. Resonance will occur when XC = XL in the circuit below.

### 53489. The resonant frequency fo is 19 kHz.

### 53490. The impedance is 1177 .

### 53491. The current lags the voltage in the given circuit.

### 53492. The impedance is 160 .

### 53493. The greater the selectivity, the wider the bandwidth.

### 53494. A parallel tuned circuit can be used to couple energy from one circuit to another.

### 53495. The impedance is 9684 .

### 53496. In a series RLC circuit, at above resonance the circuit is more capacitive than it is inductive.

### 53497. The voltage across the inductor is 77.8 volts.

### 53498. If the given circuit were at resonance, the total current would be at its maximum.

### 53499. Series LC combinations are used more often in tuned amplifier circuits than are parallel LC combinations.

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