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LCR Circuits: Phase difference between voltage and current.

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Given that R=1 kilo ohm, C= 1micro farad and L= 100 milli Henry's calculate the frequency at which the current in an LCR series circuit lags the supply voltage by 45 degrees.

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The values of the components of the circuit are given and the frequency of the A.C. supply voltage is calculated at which the current legs the voltage by 45 degrees.

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