﻿ A 220 V-50 Hz a.c. supply is applied to a 44-mH inductor. What is rmscurrent in the circuit? What is the net power absorbed over a complete cycle? : Kaysons Education

# A 220 V-50 Hz a.c. Supply Is Applied To A 44-mH Inductor. What Is rmscurrent In The Circuit? What Is The Net Power Absorbed Over A Complete Cycle?

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The rms current in a pure inductive circuit is given by

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The net power absorbed in a pure inductive circuit is zero.

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