 21.21.1: An rms voltage of 100 V is applied to a purely resistive load of 5....
 21.21.2: (a) What is the resistance of a lightbulb that uses an average powe...
 21.21.3: An AC power supply that produces a maximum voltage of Vmax 100 V is...
 21.21.4: Figure P21.4 shows three lamps connected to a 120V AC (rms) househ...
 21.21.5: An audio amplier, represented by the AC source and the resistor R i...
 21.21.6: An AC voltage source has an output voltage given by v (150 V) sin 3...
 21.21.7: Show that the SI unit of capacitive reactance Xc is the ohm.
 21.21.8: What is the maximum current delivered to a circuit containing a 2.2...
 21.21.9: When a 4.0F capacitor is connected to a generator whose rms output ...
 21.21.10: What maximum current is delivered by an AC generator with a maximum...
 21.21.11: What must be the capacitance of a capacitor inserted in a 60Hz cir...
 21.21.12: The generator in a purely capacitive AC circuit has an angular freq...
 21.21.13: Show that the inductive reactance XL has SI units of ohms.
 21.21.14: The generator in a purely inductive AC circuit has an angular frequ...
 21.21.15: An inductor has a 54.0reactance at 60.0 Hz. What will be the maxim...
 21.21.16: An inductor is connected to a 20.0Hz power supply that produces a ...
 21.21.17: Determine the maximum magnetic ux through an inductor connected to ...
 21.21.18: An inductor (L 400 mH), a capacitor (C 4.43 F), and a resistor (R 5...
 21.21.19: A 40.0F capacitor is connected to a 50.0resistor and a generator w...
 21.21.20: A 50.0resistor, a 0.100H inductor, and a 10.0F capacitor are conn...
 21.21.21: A resistor (R 900), a capacitor (C 0.25 F), and an inductor (L 2.5 ...
 21.21.22: An AC source operating at 60Hz with a maximum voltage of 170V is co...
 21.21.23: A 60.0resistor, a 3.00F capacitor, and a 0.400H inductor are conn...
 21.21.24: An AC source operating at 60 Hz with a maximum voltage of 170 V is ...
 21.21.25: A person is working near the secondary of a transformer, as shown i...
 21.21.26: A coil of resistance 35.0and inductance 20.5 H is in series with a ...
 21.21.27: An AC source with a maximum voltage of 150 V and f 50.0 Hz is conne...
 21.21.28: A 50.0resistor is connected to a 30.0F capacitor and to a 60.0Hz,...
 21.21.29: A multimeter in an RL circuit records an rms current of 0.500 A and...
 21.21.30: An AC voltage with an amplitude of 100 V is applied to a series com...
 21.21.31: An inductor and a resistor are connected in series. When connected ...
 21.21.32: Consider a series RLC circuit with R 25, L 6.0 mH, and C 25 F. The ...
 21.21.33: An RLC circuit is used to tune a radio to an FM station broadcastin...
 21.21.34: Consider a series RLC circuit with R 15, L 200 mH, C 75 F, and a ma...
 21.21.35: The AM band extends from approximately 500 kHz to 1 600 kHz. If a 2...
 21.21.36: A series circuit contains a 3.00H inductor, a 3.00F capacitor, and...
 21.21.37: A 10.0resistor, a 10.0mH inductor,and a 100F capacitor are connec...
 21.21.38: An AC adapter for a telephoneanswering unit uses a transformer to ...
 21.21.39: An AC power generator produces 50 A (rms) at 3 600 V. The voltage i...
 21.21.40: A transformer is to be used to provide power for a computer disk dr...
 21.21.41: A transformer on a pole near a factory steps the voltage down from ...
 21.21.42: A transmission line that has a resistance per unit length of 4.50 1...
 21.21.43: The U.S. Navy has long proposed the construction of extremely low f...
 21.21.44: Experimenters at the National Institute of Standards and Technology...
 21.21.45: Oxygenated hemoglobin absorbs weakly in the red (hence its red colo...
 21.21.46: Operation of the pulse oximeter (see previous problem). The transmi...
 21.21.47: A microwave oven is powered by an electron tube called a magnetron ...
 21.21.48: Assume that the solar radiation incident on Earth is 1 340 W/m2 (at...
 21.21.49: The Sun delivers an average power of 1 340 W/m2 to the top of Earth...
 21.21.50: A diathermy machine, used in physiotherapy, generates electromagnet...
 21.21.51: What are the wavelength ranges in (a) the AM radio band (5401 600 k...
 21.21.52: An important news announcement is transmitted by radio waves to peo...
 21.21.53: Infrared spectra are used by chemists to help identify an unknown s...
 21.21.54: A spaceship is approaching a space station at a speed of 1.8 105 m/...
 21.21.55: While driving at a constant speed of 80 km/h, you are passed by a c...
 21.21.56: A speeder tries to explain to the police that the yellow warning li...
 21.21.57: As a way of determining the inductance of a coil used in a research...
 21.21.58: The intensity of solar radiation at the top of Earths atmosphere is...
 21.21.59: A 200resistor is connected in series with a 5.0F capacitor and a 6...
 21.21.60: A series RLC circuit has a resonance frequency of 2 000/ Hz. When i...
 21.21.61: Two connections allow contact with two circuit elements in series i...
 21.21.62: (a) What capacitance will resonate with a oneturn loop of inductan...
 21.21.63: A dish antenna with a diameter of 20.0 m receives (at normal incide...
 21.21.64: A particular inductor has appreciable resistance. When the inductor...
 21.21.65: One possible means of achieving space ight is to place a perfectly ...
 21.21.66: Suppose you wish to use a transformer as an impedancematching devic...
 21.21.67: Compute the average energy content of a liter of sunlight as it rea...
 21.21.68: In an RLC series circuit that includes a source of alternating curr...
 21.21.69: For this observation, you will need some items that can be found at...
 21.21.70: Rotate a portable radio (with a telescoping antenna) about a horizo...
Solutions for Chapter 21: Alternating Current Circuits and Electromagnetic Waves
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