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Reactance/Resonance quiz

1) What type of filter is illustrated below this question? _________________________________________

2) What Is the resonant Frequency of the circuit above?

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3) What frequencies will the circuit below pass? R= 1K ohm C= 2 Micro Farad

_________________________Hz and above/below (circle one)

4) T/F When a series circuit is resonant, the source current and voltage are in phase with each other and the power factor is always equal to 0.

5) T/F When a series circuit is resonant; the applied voltage is primarily dropped across the series resistance.

6) T/F When a series circuit is resonant, the current flow is at its lowest attainable level, limited by the series resistance only.

7) T/F When a series circuit is at resonance, capacitive reactance is slightly higher than inductive reactance.

8) What is the capacitive reactance in the circuit above?

9) What is the inductive reactance in the circuit above?

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What is the total current of the circuit above?

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What is the impedance of the circuit above?

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What is the phase angle of the circuit above?

13) (6 Pts)What is the impedance of a network composed of a 50 mili-henry inductor in series with a 10-ohm resistor and a 25 micro-farad capacitor , at 120 Hz? Specify your answer in rectangular coordinates and Polar coordinates.

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Rectangular Coordinates ______________________________________________

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Identify filter type (L, Pi, T) and function (low pass, High Pass, band pass, band reject)

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Given the circuit above, resistor value is 200 ohms, capacitor value is 21 micro farads a) What is the cut-off frequency for the circuit above?

b) What is the impedance for the circuit above if the frequency is 120 Hz?

c) Given input of 16 volts AC rms and frequency of 120 Hz, what is the current for the circuit above?

d) What is the true power for the circuit above?

e) What is the reactive power for the circuit above?

f) What is the apparent power for the circuit above?

g) What is the phase angle in the circuit above?

h) What is the Power Factor in the circuit above?

16) Which statement is true regarding the filter output characteristics shown in Figure 3F16? A. C is a high pass curve and B is a band pass curve. B. B is a high pass curve and D is a low pass curve. C. A is a high pass curve and B is a low pass curve. D. B is a band pass curve and C is a low pass curve.

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19.What frequencies will the circuit below pass?

R = 100 K ohm L= 10 mili H _________________________Hz and above/below (circle one)

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21) In the circuit below, if the voltage drop across point A to B is 35 volts and the voltage drop from point B to C is 20 volts, what would the voltage drop from point A to C be?

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R1 C1

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L1

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Signal generator

22) In the circuit above, if the individual voltage drops were as follows: Resistor: 20 Volts rms, Capacitor: 40 Volts rms Inductor: 44 Volts rms, What is the applied voltage? _________________________

Bonus 2 points 23) What is the purpose of the inductor in series with speaker input?

A) Attenuates high frequencies B) Blocks low frequencies C) Passes midrange frequencies D) Increases amplitude of input voltage

Bonus 3 points 24) If filter below was wired between the audio amplifier output of a radio and a speaker, what is its function?