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Problem: An alternating current is supplied to an electronic component with a rating that it be used only for voltages below 16V. What is the highest Vrms that can be supplied to this component while staying below the voltage limit? A) 16√2 VB) 8√2 VC) 256 VD) 8 V

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An alternating current is supplied to an electronic component with a rating that it be used only for voltages below 16V. What is the highest Vrms that can be supplied to this component while staying below the voltage limit? 

A) 16√2 V

B) 8√2 V

C) 256 V

D) 8 V

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