 31.1: An oscillating LC circuit consists of a 75.0 mH inductor and a 3.60...
 31.2: The frequency of oscillation of a certain LC circuit is 200 kHz.At ...
 31.3: In a certain oscillating LC circuit, the total energy is converted ...
 31.4: What is the capacitance of an oscillating LC circuit if the maximum...
 31.5: n an oscillating LC circuit, L ! 1.10 mH and C ! 4.00 mF. The maxim...
 31.6: A 0.50 kg body oscillates in SHM on a spring that, when extended 2....
 31.7: The energy in an oscillating LC circuit containing a 1.25 H inducto...
 31.8: A single loop consists of inductors (L1, L2, . . .), capacitors (C1...
 31.9: In an oscillating LC circuit with L ! 50 mH and C ! 4.0 mF, the cur...
 31.10: LC oscillators have been used in circuits connected to loudspeakers...
 31.11: A variable capacitor with a range from 10 to 365 pF is used with a ...
 31.12: In an oscillating LC circuit, when 75.0% of the total energy is sto...
 31.13: In an oscillating LC circuit, L ! 3.00 mH and C ! 2.70 mF. At t ! 0...
 31.14: To construct an oscillating LC system, you can choose from a 10 mH ...
 31.15: An oscillating LC circuit consisting of a 1.0 nF capacitor and a 3....
 31.16: An inductor is connected across a capacitor whose capacitance can b...
 31.17: In Fig. 3128, R ! 14.0 , C 6.20 mF, and L 54.0 mH, and the ideal b...
 31.18: An oscillating LC circuit has a current amplitude of 7.50 mA, a pot...
 31.19: Using the loop rule, derive the differential equation for an LC cir...
 31.20: In an oscillating LC circuit in which C ! 4.00 mF, the maximum pote...
 31.21: In an oscillating LC circuit with C ! 64.0 mF, the current is given...
 31.22: A series circuit containing inductance L1 and capacitance C1 oscill...
 31.23: In an oscillating LC circuit, L ! 25.0 mH and C ! 7.80 mF. At time ...
 31.24: A singleloop circuit consists of a 7.20 " resistor, a 12.0 H induc...
 31.25: What resistance R should be connected in series with an inductance ...
 31.26: In an oscillating series RLC circuit, find the time required for th...
 31.27: In an oscillating series RLC circuit, show that )U/U, the fraction ...
 31.28: A 1.50 mF capacitor is connected as in Fig. 3110 to an ac generato...
 31.29: A 50.0 mH inductor is connected as in Fig. 3112 to an ac generator...
 31.30: A 50.0 " resistor is connected as in Fig. 318 to an ac generator w...
 31.31: (a) At what frequency would a 6.0 mH inductor and a 10 mF capacitor...
 31.32: An ac generator has emf # ! #m sin vdt, with #m ! 25.0 V and 377 ra...
 31.33: An ac generator has emf # ! #m sin(vdt ' p/4), where 30.0 V and 350...
 31.34: An ac generator with emf # ! #m sin vdt, where #m ! 25.0 V and vd 3...
 31.35: A coil of inductance 88 mH and unknown resistance and a 0.94 mF cap...
 31.36: An alternating source with a variable frequency, a capacitor with c...
 31.37: An electric motor has an effective resistance of 32.0 " and an indu...
 31.38: The current amplitude I versus driving angular frequency vd for a d...
 31.39: Remove the inductor from the circuit in Fig. 317 and set R ! 200 "...
 31.40: An alternating source drives a series RLC circuit with an emf ampli...
 31.41: In Fig. 317, set R ! 200 ", C ! 70.0 mF, L ! 230 mH, fd 60.0 Hz, a...
 31.42: An alternating source with a variable frequency, an inductor with i...
 31.43: Remove the capacitor from the circuit in Fig. 317 and set R ! 200 ...
 31.44: An ac generator with emf amplitude #m ! 220 V and operating at freq...
 31.45: (a) In an RLC circuit, can the amplitude of the voltage across an i...
 31.46: An alternating emf source with a variable frequency fd is connected...
 31.47: An RLC circuit such as that of Fig. 317 has R 5.00 , C 20.0 mF, L ...
 31.48: Figure 3132 shows a driven RLC circuit that contains two identical...
 31.49: In Fig. 3133, a generator with an adjustable frequency of oscillat...
 31.50: An alternating emf source with a variable frequency fd is connected...
 31.51: The fractional halfwidth )vd of a resonance curve, such as the one...
 31.52: An ac voltmeter with large impedance is connected in turn across th...
 31.53: An air conditioner connected to a 120 V rms ac line is equivalent t...
 31.54: What is the maximum value of an ac voltage whose rms value is 100 V?
 31.55: What is the maximum value of an ac voltage whose rms value is 100 V?
 31.56: A typical light dimmer used to dim the stage lights in a theater co...
 31.57: In an RLC circuit such as that of Fig. 317 assume that R ! 5.00 ",...
 31.58: For Fig. 3135, show that the average rate at which energy is dissi...
 31.59: In Fig. 317, R ! 15.0 ", C ! 4.70 mF, and L ! 25.0 mH. The generat...
 31.60: In a series oscillating RLC circuit, R 16.0 ", C 5 31.2 F, L 9.20 m...
 31.61: Figure 3136 shows an ac generator connected to a black box through...
 31.62: A generator supplies 100 V to a transformers primary coil, which ha...
 31.63: A transformer has 500 primary turns and 10 secondary turns. (a) If ...
 31.64: Figure 3137 shows an autotransformer. It consists of a single coil...
 31.65: An ac generator provides emf to a resistive load in a remote factor...
 31.66: In Fig. 3135, let the rectangular box on the left represent the (h...
 31.67: An ac generator produces emf # ! #m sin(vdt ' p/4), where m 30.0 V ...
 31.68: A series RLC circuit is driven by a generator at a frequency of 200...
 31.69: A generator of frequency 3000 Hz drives a series RLC circuit with a...
 31.70: A 45.0 mH inductor has a reactance of 1.30 k". (a) What is its oper...
 31.71: An RLC circuit is driven by a generator with an emf amplitude of 80...
 31.72: series RLC circuit is driven in such a way that the maximum voltage...
 31.73: A capacitor of capacitance 158 mF and an inductor form an LC circui...
 31.74: An oscillating LC circuit has an inductance of 3.00 mH and a capaci...
 31.75: For a certain driven series RLC circuit, the maximum generator emf ...
 31.76: A 1.50 mF capacitor has a capacitive reactance of 12.0 ". (a) What ...
 31.77: In Fig. 3138, a threephase generator G produces electrical power ...
 31.78: An electric motor connected to a 120 V, 60.0 Hz ac outlet does mech...
 31.79: (a) In an oscillating LC circuit, in terms of the maximum charge Q ...
 31.80: A series RLC circuit is driven by an alternating source at a freque...
 31.81: In a certain series RLC circuit being driven at a frequency of 60.0...
 31.82: A 1.50 mH inductor in an oscillating LC circuit stores a maximum en...
 31.83: A generator with an adjustable frequency of oscillation is wired in...
 31.84: A series RLC circuit has a resonant frequency of 6.00 kHz. When it ...
 31.85: An LC circuit oscillates at a frequency of 10.4 kHz. (a) If the cap...
 31.86: When under load and operating at an rms voltage of 220 V, a certain...
 31.87: The ac generator in Fig. 3139 supplies 120 V at 60.0 Hz. With the ...
 31.88: In an oscillating LC circuit, L ! 8.00 mH and C ! 1.40 mF. At time ...
 31.89: For a sinusoidally driven series RLC circuit, show that over one co...
 31.90: What capacitance would you connect across a 1.30 mH inductor to mak...
 31.91: A series circuit with resistorinductorcapacitor combination R1, L1,...
 31.92: Consider the circuit shown in Fig. 3140. With switch S1 closed and...
 31.93: When the generator emf in Sample 31.07 is a maximum, what is the vo...
Solutions for Chapter 31: Fundamentals of Physics 10th Edition
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