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## A resistor, inductor, and capacitor are connected in series, each with effective (rms) voltage of 65 V, 140 V, and 80 V respectively. What i

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A resistor, inductor, and capacitor are connected in series, each with effective (rms) voltage of 65 V, 140 V, and 80 V respectively. What is the value of the effective (rms) voltage of the applied source in the circuit

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Answer:The value of the effective (rms) voltage of the applied source in the circuit is

132 VExplanation:Given;

effective (rms) voltage of the resistor, = 65 V

effective (rms) voltage of the inductor, = 140 V

effective (rms) voltage of the capacitor, = 80 V

Determine the value of the effective (rms) voltage of the applied source in the circuit;

Therefore, the value of the effective (rms) voltage of the applied source in the circuit is

132 V.