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You are given the below parallel RLC circuit, answer the following questions showing the detailed steps

  1. Total impedance of the circuit
  2. The voltage and current Phase shifts of the total impedence.
  3. The voltage across C1 and the current flows through it.
  4. The voltage across L1 and C2.
  5. The currents flow through L1, R and L2.
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