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AC Theory

Starter activity for an Electrical science session

The voltage and current in a purely resistive circuit are said to be? In-Phaaaaaaaasssseeee!!!!
The current in a purely inductive circuit, does what? when compared to the voltage. Lags by 90 degrees
The voltage in a purely capacitive circuit, does what? when compared to the current. Lags by 90 degrees
What is the formula for calculating Inductive reactance? XL=2πFL
In an impedance triangle, what value is always adjacent to the angle? (R) Resistance
The impedance is always shown on which side of a right-angled triangle? Hypotenuse
Created by: adamf77