impedance of voltage source, and tank ckt


by fleem
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Aug30-09, 07:00 AM
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Can someone please tell me whether the following statements are wrong or right? this is not homework:

1. Voltage sources, like batteries, have a low impedance (ideally zero)

2. A good car battery's impedance (even with alternating current going through the battery) is typically far less than a few ohms.

3. A tank circuit is driven in parallel and resonates in a series loop.
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1. True.
2. True.
3. False.


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