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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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