Determine mutual inductive effects among two inductances, Physics

Three impedances are connected in series across a 100V, 2kHz supply.

The impedances comprise:

(i) An inductance of 0.45mH and 2 resistance,

(ii) An inductance of 570µH and 5 resistance, and

(iii) A capacitor of capacitance 10µF and resistance 3. Assuming no mutual inductive effects among the two inductances

Calculate

(a) the circuit impedance,

(b) the circuit current,

(c) the circuit phase angle and

(d) the voltage across each impedance.

 

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