# Electronics - RC Circuits

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### Exercise :: RC Circuits - General Questions

1.

In a 20 Vac series RC circuit, if 20 V is read across the resistor and 40 V is measured across the capacitor, the applied voltage is

 A. 45 Vac B. 50 Vac C. 60 Vac D. 65 Vac

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2.

Which of the following is the reference vector for parallel RC circuits?

 A. R B. V C. I D. XC

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3. What is the voltage drop across R1 in the given circuit?

 A. 10 V B. 4.80 V C. 4.00 V D. 5.80 V

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4.

Power that is measured in volt-amperes is called

 A. impedance power B. reactive power C. true power D. apparent power

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5.

As frequency increases

 A. both series and parallel RC impedance decrease B. series RC impedance decreases and parallel RC impedance increases C. series RC impedance increases and parallel RC impedance decreases D. both series and parallel RC impedance increase