A 120-V. 60-Hz source supplies current to a 1 mu F capacitor, a 7.036-H inductor and a 120-Ohm resis1 answer below »

A 120-V. 60-Hz source supplies current to a 1 mu F capacitor, a 7.036-H inductor and a 120-Ohm resistor, all wired in parallel. Find the rms value of current through the capacitor, the inductor, and the resistor. Write the current through each component as a function of time i = I squareroot 2 cos(omega t + theta) What is the total current delivered by the 120-V source (both rms value and as a function of time)? If a 480-V supply delivers 50 A with a power factor of 0.8. find the real power (kW), the reactive power (kVAR). and the apparent power (kVA). Draw the power triangle.

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