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A RLC circuit is used in a radio to tune into an FM broadcasting station at 99.7 Mhz. The resistance in the circuit is 12.0 ohm, and the inductance is 1.40 uH (micro Henry) what capacitance should be used?

this question is tricky what i tried to do is used XC=1/wC where C is capacitance, and w=2*pi*f

and XL=WL i can find Xl since we have the inductance,

but cannot calculate Capacitance since we dont have Xc....

any suggestions?

2. an inductor is connected to a sinusoidal voltage with amplitude of 120V. A peak current of 3.0A appears in the inductor.

a)what is the maximum current if the frequency of the applid voltage is douled

b) what is the inductive reactance at each of the two frequencies?

i have no idea how to do this... i can only think of I = V/R

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# Homework Help: RLC circuits

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