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# Consider a .395 F capacitor with an alternating voltage source instead of a battery. If the frequency is 1.00 kHz and the voltage is 20.5 V, what is the current in this circuit? Hint: in ac circuits, always assume the voltages and currents are given as rms values, unless otherwise specified.
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Refer to the previous question. If the voltage is doubled, what would be the new current?
Answer: _________

Consider a .395 F capacitor with an alternating voltage source instead of a battery. If the frequency is 1.00 kHz and the voltage is 20.5 V, what is the current in this circuit? Hint: in ac circuits, always assume the voltages and currents are given as rms values, unless otherwise specified.

Answer: _________

Refer to the previous question. If the voltage is doubled, what would be the new current?

Answer: _________

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