anonymous
  • anonymous
After reduction to a single equivalent component,how many Capacitors and Inductors will be in the circuit.(see attachment) ?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
I downsized to 2L and 2C ??????
anonymous
  • anonymous
If I am not mistaken, the answer depends on how the voltage is applied to the circuit. The diagram does not show it.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
There is no voltage applied.
anonymous
  • anonymous
I need to find the order of the circuits.
anonymous
  • anonymous
That's mean how many,C's and L's are in the circuit after reduction.
anonymous
  • anonymous
If no voltage is applied, then the voltage across any two points in the circuit is 0 volts. Since that does not vary with time, we can consider the current 0 amps DC, and that reduces the inductors to just wires, and the circuit is reduced to an open circuit. The circuit is essentially a single-loop circuit with a capacitor and resistor in series with it. That's how I see it.

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