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Discussion Forum : RC Circuits - General Questions (Q.No. 2)
Which of the following is the reference vector for parallel RC circuits?
Answer: Option
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Syed Shakeeb said:   2 years ago
Thanks @Priyalakshmi.

Shashank kotgale said:   3 years ago
Thanks @Priyalakshmi.

Priyalakshmi said:   6 years ago
A reference vector is the one that is common to all branches. Thus for a series RC circuit, current I is the reference vector and for a parallel RC circuit, voltage V is the reference vector.

Ammu Anushkha said:   6 years ago
Please explain the answer.

Rajashekar said:   6 years ago
Applied voltage is the reference vector because voltage a Cross capacitor and resistor is same at reference point.

Niveditha said:   6 years ago
What is meant by reference vector?

Sanjay said:   7 years ago
For series, ref vector is voltage and for parallel it's current. So actual answer is current i.e C.

Sachin said:   7 years ago
Please explain me, I'm not understanding this question.

Manisha said:   8 years ago
Please explain me.

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