A 25 ohm resistor and a 10 mH inductor are connected in parallel. This parallel combination is also in parallel with the series combination of a 30 ohm resistor and a 10 mu F capacitor. These three parallel branches are driven by a sinusoidal current source whose current is 225 sin (2500t+ 60 degree ) Determine the impedances in Express your answers in complex form using three significant figures separated by commas. ZL,ZP1, ZP2, Zc = 0 + 25.0j,25.0.30.0.0 -40.0j ohm , ohm , ohm , ohm Reference the voltage across the current source as a rise in the direction of the source current, and find the phasor voltage. Enter your answer using polar notation. Express argument in degrees.

98 5 - A 25 ohm resistor and a 10 mH inductor are connected in parallel. This parallel combination is also in parallel with the series combination of a 30 ohm resistor and a 10 mu F capacitor. These three parallel branches are driven by a sinusoidal current source whose current is 225 sin (2500t+ 60 degree ) Determine the impedances in Express your answers in complex form using three significant figures separated by commas. ZL,ZP1, ZP2, Zc = 0 + 25.0j,25.0.30.0.0 -40.0j ohm , ohm , ohm , ohm Reference the voltage across the current source as a rise in the direction of the source current, and find the phasor voltage. Enter your answer using polar notation. Express argument in degrees.

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images - A 25 ohm resistor and a 10 mH inductor are connected in parallel. This parallel combination is also in parallel with the series combination of a 30 ohm resistor and a 10 mu F capacitor. These three parallel branches are driven by a sinusoidal current source whose current is 225 sin (2500t+ 60 degree ) Determine the impedances in Express your answers in complex form using three significant figures separated by commas. ZL,ZP1, ZP2, Zc = 0 + 25.0j,25.0.30.0.0 -40.0j ohm , ohm , ohm , ohm Reference the voltage across the current source as a rise in the direction of the source current, and find the phasor voltage. Enter your answer using polar notation. Express argument in degrees.

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