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An inductor with an inductance of 7.50 H and a resistance of 8.00 ohms is connected to the terminals of a battery with an emf of 6.00 V and negliable internal resistance.

A) Just after the circuit Ian completed, at what rate is the battery supplying electrical energy to the circuit?

P = _______ units ____

B) when the current has reached it’s final steady-state value, how much energy is stored in the inductor ?

U_{L }= ________ units ____

C) what is the rate at which electrical energy is being dissipated in the resistance of the inductor?

P_{R }= __________ units ______

D) what is the rate at which the battery is supplying electrical energy to the circuit ?

P* _{E }*= _______ units _____

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