Maple TA 202 Quiz
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Q3
still working on #2 but here's #3
Imax=2*pi*f*C*Vmax, then plug in converting C *10^6
so C=19.73
Vmax=70.5
Imax=.2608
.2608=2*pi*f*(19.73*10^6)*70.5
f=29.84
answer is negative
Imax=2*pi*f*C*Vmax, then plug in converting C *10^6
so C=19.73
Vmax=70.5
Imax=.2608
.2608=2*pi*f*(19.73*10^6)*70.5
f=29.84
answer is negative
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Q1+4
while im here might as well put these up too
1)
Irms=(Imax/sqrt(2))
given Irms, solve for Imax
answer is negative
4)
first find Vmax by
Vrms=(Vm/sqrt(2))
then
Vmax=2*pi*f*L*Imax
solve for Imax, its a straight plug in problem L is in Henrys
answer is positive
1)
Irms=(Imax/sqrt(2))
given Irms, solve for Imax
answer is negative
4)
first find Vmax by
Vrms=(Vm/sqrt(2))
then
Vmax=2*pi*f*L*Imax
solve for Imax, its a straight plug in problem L is in Henrys
answer is positive
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#2
voltage given/square root of 2 = V_rms
(V_rms/resistance given)*V_rms = answer
answer is positive
(V_rms/resistance given)*V_rms = answer
answer is positive
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Re: Maple TA 202 Quiz
nothing, you dont have to convert henrys
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question2
Hey i am confused about the equation given.
voltage given/square root of 2 = V_rms
(V_rms/resistance given)*V_rms = answer
the second equation why do you have to divide and multiply by V_rms? Is there an error in this equation because it isnt working for me.
voltage given/square root of 2 = V_rms
(V_rms/resistance given)*V_rms = answer
the second equation why do you have to divide and multiply by V_rms? Is there an error in this equation because it isnt working for me.
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