# Problem: A series ac circuit has a source with voltage amplitude V = 120 V and angular frequency ω = 50 rad/s, a resistor with R = 15 Ω and an inductor with  L = 0.40 H. What is the current amplitude?

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A series ac circuit has a source with voltage amplitude V = 120 V and angular frequency ω = 50 rad/s, a resistor with R = 15 Ω and an inductor with  L = 0.40 H. What is the current amplitude? Frequently Asked Questions

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