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AC & Capacitors Does Kirchoffs Voltage Law apply to AC Circuits? V R =6.0V V C = 8.0VV s = 10.0V
AC & Capacitors Does Kirchoffs Voltage Law apply to AC Circuits? V R =6.0V V C = 8.0VV s = 10.0V YES! It DOES!!
Consider the graphs of the voltages of the components :
Consider the graphs of the 3 components voltages :
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