# Exercise: Consider the series RLC circuit of Figure 1 with the source a 1-kHz sinusoidhaving an amplitude of 5 V. Regard the source voltage as having zero phase.Calculate the amplitude and phase (in degrees) of the following quantities: thevoltage across the resistor, the voltage across the inductor, and the voltage acrossthe capacitor LRSynthesizedFrequencyGeneratorFigure 1: Series RLC circuitTable 1: Component values for the circuits of Figures 1 and 2ComponentValue5 kΩR900 mHL0.08 uFC

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12 views help_outlineImage TranscriptioncloseExercise: Consider the series RLC circuit of Figure 1 with the source a 1-kHz sinusoid having an amplitude of 5 V. Regard the source voltage as having zero phase. Calculate the amplitude and phase (in degrees) of the following quantities: the voltage across the resistor, the voltage across the inductor, and the voltage across the capacitor fullscreen help_outlineImage TranscriptioncloseL R Synthesized Frequency Generator Figure 1: Series RLC circuit Table 1: Component values for the circuits of Figures 1 and 2 Component Value 5 kΩ R 900 mH L 0.08 uF C fullscreen
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Angular frequency of source:

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Source voltage is given as

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The total impedance of... help_outlineImage TranscriptioncloseZ (R+XXc) 1 R+j@L+ joC ZR2 L f5:10 j 1 2000x 900 x10 2000x 0.08 x 10 = 6693.46 -6.69 k2 fullscreen

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