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A single-loop circuit consists of a 7.0 Ω resistor, 12.2 H inductor, and a 3.1 *μ*F capacitor. Initially the capacitor has a charge of 6.1 *μ*C and the current is zero. Calculate the charge on

the capacitor N complete cycles later for **(a)** *N *= 5, **(b)** *N* =10, and **(c)** *N *= 100.

Step 1

Given,

Step 2

In this LCR oscillation, Charge flow in the circuit is a function of time.

Step 3

Angular frequency of LC...

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