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V = (45v)sin(80[pi] t)
Resistors 1 and 2 = 50 Ohms
Inductor 1 = 20 mH
Inductor 2 = 2.5 mH
Capacitor = 50 uF
a) Find the power dissipated by each resistor.
b) At what frequency will both resistors dissipate the same power?
c) What would be the answer to part (b) if you swapped the inductors?
d) Justify your answers to parts (b) and (c) with a graph of the impedance of each branch as function of frequency.
d) What is the current delivered by the power supply at very low frequencies?
They are in the second uploaded document. They are all the equations I believe for RCL Circuits.
The Attempt at a Solution
I'm having trouble knowing where exactly to start.
I believe I have to try and condense the Resistors and Inductors into 1 loop but I'm not sure how to.
Plus all the other parts of the question are intimidating to say the least for me.
I can do simpler problems but we never covered an example like this in the course and I've searched high and low online to no avail. Please help, it will be much appreciated.
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