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Inductor Currents

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Homework Statement


An inductor is connected to a 15 kHz oscillator. The peak current is 65 mA when the rms voltage is 6.0 V. What is the value of the inductance L? In mH


Homework Equations


Il=Vl/Xl
Xl=frequency*L

The Attempt at a Solution


Well I thought this problem was really straight forward just convert everything to similar units and plug in but I keep getting .979 mH and it says that answer is wrong so was hoping someone could help me out here.
 

Answers and Replies

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No need to help me on this problem I figured it out I didn't notice the rms on the voltage so I forgot to multiply by square root of 2
 

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