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PLEASE HELP!!! In ELECTRONICS, the total resistance to the flow of electricity in a circuit is called the impedance, Z. Impedance is represented by a complex number. The total impedance in a series circuit is the sum of individual imepedances. The impedance in one part of a circuit is Z1 = 3 + 4i. In another part of a circuit, the impedance is Z1 = 5 - 2i. What is the total impedance of the circuit?

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  1. Girl17
    • 4 years ago
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    sorry it call Imaginary Numbers

  2. QED
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    8+2i

  3. Annand
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    Assuming the impedances are connected in series, total impedance is Z=Z1+Z2 Z=(3+4i)+(5-2i)=(3+5)+(4i-2i)=8+2i

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    Thank u!!!

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