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RLC series circuit question

  1. Mar 25, 2009 #1
    1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data
    The problem says for each RLC series circuit, determine R0 and Q in each case and the magnitudes of the node voltages indicated. Take note that the circuits are being driven at their resonant frequencies.

    here is the circuits for the problem

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    3. The attempt at a solution
    i have solved the r0 and q for each circuit with the following answers

    for part a
    Ro=500 ohm and q=5
    for part b
    R0=400 ohm and q=4

    my question comes with finding the magnitude of the node voltages. i have tried thumbing through my notes and have found this equation

    vout/vin=(1/LC)/(s^2+(SR/L)+(1/LC)

    i'm not even sure this is the right equation and the book is no help because my teacher doesn't even teach from it or reference it. i just need a little guidance on these problem cause this is due tom

    Thanks
     
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