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Frequency in a circuit using complex notation 
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May712, 04:14 PM

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1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data
The frequency, ω, of the source in the circuit of Figure 2 is adjusted until ig is in phase with vg. (a)using complex notation, determine the value of ω (rad/sec) (b)if vg = 20 sin ω t [where ω is the frequency found in 2(a)], determine an expression for the output voltage, v0 2. Relevant equations 3. The attempt at a solution See attached attempt on Question A & B  can someone advise if it looks right? 


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May712, 08:00 PM

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I think your frequency ended up being one order of magnitude too high. Check your math.



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May912, 03:35 AM

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Thanks gneill.
Ah so where I have 10 to the power of 8, it should be to the power of 6? 


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May912, 09:33 AM

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Frequency in a circuit using complex notation



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