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Consider a mixed RLC circuit where an ideal capacitor of capacitance C = 13.0 uF and an ideal...

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Consider a mixed RLC circuit where an ideal capacitor of capacitance C = 13.0 {eq}\mu {/eq}F and an ideal inductor of inductance L = 43.0 mH are connected in parallel, and their combination is in series with a resistor of resistance R = 260.0 {eq}\Omega {/eq}. What is the angular resonance frequency {eq}\omega {/eq} of this mixed RLC circuit?

Resonant frequency in a parallel ac circuit:

In a parallel LC ac circuit the angular resonant frequency is given by:

{eq}\omega_r = \frac{1}{\sqrt{LC}} {/eq}

where,

  • L = Inductance of the inductor in parallel combination
  • C = Capacitance of the capacitor in parallel combination

Answer and Explanation:

Here, we need to calculate the angular resonance frequency of the given circuit.

The point of focus is the parallel combination of capacitor and...

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