Calculate the active and reactive power, Electrical Engineering

The variable resistor Zo in the circuit shown in Fig. 1  is adjusted until maximum average power is delivered to Zo.

a)  Find the value of Zo

b)  Calculate the maximum average power delivered to Zo

c)  What percentage of the total average power developed in the circuit is delivered to Zo

d)  Calculate the active and reactive power associated with all elements in the circuit including the dependent current source.

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