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Problem 3: When connected to a 60-Hz voltage source with a signal amplitude of 100V, an inductor exhibits an impedance of 540. What will be the maximum current flowing through the inductor if the source frequency is reduced to 50-Hz?

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Transcribed Image Text: Problem 3: When connected to a 60-Hz voltage source with a signal amplitude of 100V, an inductor exhibits an impedance of 540. What will be the maximum current flowing through the inductor if the source frequency is reduced to 50-Hz?

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impedence of Inductor isz_(L)=j omega L. |z_(L)|=omega L |z_(L)|=2pi fL |z_(LL)|=54 Omega. f_(1)=60Hzquad for f_(2)=50Hzquad|z_(L2)|= ? o fir.{:[(z_(L2))/(z_(l ... See the full answer