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Problem: The voltage source for a series R-L-C ac circuit is operated at the resonance frequency for the circuit. The amplitude of the voltage across the resistor is 400 V and the amplitude of the voltage across the inductor is 600 V. The voltage amplitude of the source is  A) 1600 V B) 1000 V C) 600 V D) 400 V E) 200 V F) None of the above answers.

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The voltage source for a series R-L-C ac circuit is operated at the resonance frequency for the circuit. The amplitude of the voltage across the resistor is 400 V and the amplitude of the voltage across the inductor is 600 V. The voltage amplitude of the source is 

A) 1600 V

B) 1000 V

C) 600 V

D) 400 V

E) 200 V

F) None of the above answers.

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