v(rt) = 125mV cos (wt + 60)(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

R=250 ohms

L = 250mH

find i(t)

in the circuit there is a inductor in series wif the resistor

the answers i(t)=0.5 cos (wt+60)

may i know why is it the inductor not using to form z and then only divide by v(rt) ??why only the resistor??

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# Homework Help: Inductor resistor phasor help

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