An a.c. voltage V = 200 sin 314t is applied across a series C-R circuit.Where . Find the capacitive reactance.
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The angular frequency of the a.c. supply is and the peak value of the supply voltage is V0 = 200 volt.
The capacitive reactance of the circuit is
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