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Okay guys and gals.........

I know this is a rather dumb question, but I dont have alot of reference material where I am at currently (I am in Kuwait as part of Operation Iraqi Fredom).......so if someone could give me an answer I would appreciate it.....

I should really know this but I just cant remember the answer and Im having a brain fart at the moment...

Here is the question....

If we have a simple parallel LRC circuit with a DC source, what would the voltage be in such a situation?

At DC the Capacitor behaves ideally like an open circuit and the inductor behaves ideally like a short circuit......so what exactly would happen in this situation?

What would the Capacitor/Inductor voltage be?

Thanks.

Russ

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# Quick question about RLC circuits

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