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Asked Apr 29, 2019

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Step 1

Part (a)

Find the expression for inductive reactance.

Substituting the values, to find the inductive reactance,

Step 2

Find the expression for impedance of the RL circuit.

Substituting the values, to find the impedance of the circuit,

Step 3

Find the expression fo...

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