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• The current through each element is same
• The equivalent resistance is greater than any one of the resistors
• The voltage across element is in proportion to it's resistance value
• The current through any one element is less than the source current
• Resistance of the circuit
• Impedance of the circuit
• Applied voltage to the circuit
• Changes in the stored energy in the inductors and capacitors
• R/Z
• Ratio of useful current to total current Iw/I
• Cosine of phase angle difference between current and voltage
• All of the above
• Zero
• Unity
• Lagging
• Unity
• Zero
• 0.08 lagging
• Expressed in amperes
• The same as frequency
• Time required to complete one cycle
• None of the above
• A coil with low resistance
• A coil with large resistance
• A coil with low distributed capacitance
• A coil with large distributed capacitance
• Sine wave
• Square wave
• Triangular wave
• None of the above
• 0.5 s
• 0.05 s
• 0.005 s
• 0.0005 s
• Capacitance is less and frequency of supply is more
• Capacitance is more and frequency of supply is less
• Capacitance is less and frequency of supply is less
• Capacitance is more and frequency of supply is more
• Increases with decrease of inductance and increase of resistance
• Increases with increase of inductance and decrease of resistance
• Increases with the decrease of inductance and decrease of resistance
• None of the above
• Reactive power in a circuit
• A purely capacitive circuit's ability to pass current
• The extent of neutralization of reactive power in a circuit
• A purely capacitive circuit's ability to resist the flow of current
• R-L circuit
• R-C circuit
• R-L-C circuit
• Purely inductive circuit
• Unity
• Zero
• Less than unity
• Greater than unity
• Zero
• Minimum
• Maximum
• None of the above
• Inductance
• Capacitance
• Resistance
• Both A & B
• Series
• Parallel
• Both A & B
• None of the above
• Inductance
• Resistance
• Capacitance
• Conductance