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If the use of the passive sign convention is specified, find the (a) complex voltage that results when the complex current 4e^j800t A is applied to the series combination of a 1-mF capacitor and a 2-Ω resistor; (b) complex current that results when the complex voltage100e^j2000t V is applied to the parallel combination of a 1-mH inductor and a 50-Ω resistor.

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@shahzadjalbani little lengthy but easy wait :)
@Aperogalics Ok I am waiting..

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What happened.??? @Aperogalics
wait my dee is asking something........plz:)
@shahzadjalbani just use V=IR just here R is replaced by reactance (-1/wC for capacitor having capacitance C and frequecy w and wL for inductor) put i and u will get V:)
Please write an equation for this for better understanding..??
find the reactance of(A)

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