If a load is purely inductive and the reactive power is 10 VAR, the apparent power is 0 VA 10 VA 14.14 VA 3.16 VA For a certain load, the true power is 10 W and the reactive power is 10 VAR. The apparent power is 5 VA 20 VA 14.14 VA 100 VA If the generator frequency, in Figure 2. b higher than the remnant frequency, the circuit acts as: an inductive circuit in which the current leads the generator voltage an inductive circuit in which the current lags the generator voltage. a capacitive circuit in which the current lags the generator voltage. a capacitive circuit in which the current leads the generator voltage. Apparent power in an RLC circuit is equal to total voltage times total current when: the circuit is at resonance. it is a series or parallel circuit. the circuit is not at resonance. all of the above At resonance the power factor is: negative zero infinity I The total reactance of a series RIC circuit at resonance is zero equal to the resistance infinity capacitive In a certain series resonant circuit. V_c = 150 V, V_L = 150 V, and V_R = 50 V. The value of the source voltage is 150 V 300 V 50 V 350 V

26 - If a load is purely inductive and the reactive power is 10 VAR, the apparent power is 0 VA 10 VA 14.14 VA 3.16 VA For a certain load, the true power is 10 W and the reactive power is 10 VAR. The apparent power is 5 VA 20 VA 14.14 VA 100 VA If the generator frequency, in Figure 2. b higher than the remnant frequency, the circuit acts as: an inductive circuit in which the current leads the generator voltage an inductive circuit in which the current lags the generator voltage. a capacitive circuit in which the current lags the generator voltage. a capacitive circuit in which the current leads the generator voltage. Apparent power in an RLC circuit is equal to total voltage times total current when: the circuit is at resonance. it is a series or parallel circuit. the circuit is not at resonance. all of the above At resonance the power factor is: negative zero infinity I The total reactance of a series RIC circuit at resonance is zero equal to the resistance infinity capacitive In a certain series resonant circuit. V_c = 150 V, V_L = 150 V, and V_R = 50 V. The value of the source voltage is 150 V 300 V 50 V 350 V

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images - If a load is purely inductive and the reactive power is 10 VAR, the apparent power is 0 VA 10 VA 14.14 VA 3.16 VA For a certain load, the true power is 10 W and the reactive power is 10 VAR. The apparent power is 5 VA 20 VA 14.14 VA 100 VA If the generator frequency, in Figure 2. b higher than the remnant frequency, the circuit acts as: an inductive circuit in which the current leads the generator voltage an inductive circuit in which the current lags the generator voltage. a capacitive circuit in which the current lags the generator voltage. a capacitive circuit in which the current leads the generator voltage. Apparent power in an RLC circuit is equal to total voltage times total current when: the circuit is at resonance. it is a series or parallel circuit. the circuit is not at resonance. all of the above At resonance the power factor is: negative zero infinity I The total reactance of a series RIC circuit at resonance is zero equal to the resistance infinity capacitive In a certain series resonant circuit. V_c = 150 V, V_L = 150 V, and V_R = 50 V. The value of the source voltage is 150 V 300 V 50 V 350 V

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