At what capacitance will the current in the resistor be
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A series RLC circuit is connected across a 10.0 kHz source. The 1.2 H inductor and 1000 ? resistor are fixed whereas the capacitor is variable.

(a) At what capacitance will the current in the resistor be a maximum?

(b) What will be the voltage drop across the resistor if the source voltage is 50 V?

(c) What average power will be dissipated?

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