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Asked Feb 17, 2020

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Find ZT.

R=5kohms, XC=10kohms, Xl=10kohms

analysis of the circuit

the given circuit has two branches that are connected in parallel, in the first branch the capacitor and the inductor are connected in series and in other there is inductance.

the circuit is shown below:

calculation of the impedance of each branches

calculation of the impedance of each branch. The impedance is given as:

The impedance is given as:

The overall impedance is given as:

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