In the circuit shown below, the AC voltage source is producing a sinusoidal voltage waveform with an amplitude of 10 V and a DC value of zero. Assume V_s = 6 V, R_1 = 10k omega, R_2 = 4 k omega and R_3 = 4 k omega. Find the DC value of the current flowing through R_3 in mA. Round off your answer to two decimal points.

70 2 - In the circuit shown below, the AC voltage source is producing a sinusoidal voltage waveform with an amplitude of 10 V and a DC value of zero. Assume V_s = 6 V, R_1 = 10k omega, R_2 = 4 k omega and R_3 = 4 k omega. Find the DC value of the current flowing through R_3 in mA. Round off your answer to two decimal points.

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images - In the circuit shown below, the AC voltage source is producing a sinusoidal voltage waveform with an amplitude of 10 V and a DC value of zero. Assume V_s = 6 V, R_1 = 10k omega, R_2 = 4 k omega and R_3 = 4 k omega. Find the DC value of the current flowing through R_3 in mA. Round off your answer to two decimal points.

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