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1. Looking at either your graph or the charts that you created approximately where is the resonance frequency of this circuit? Explain how you came to this conclusion.

2. Using your answer from #1 how does the resonance frequency compare to the cycle frequency when pushed with a square wave like in the lab last week? Why might you expect some similarity between the two?

3. Explain why you would expect the capacitor voltage to dominate at “low” frequencies instead of high? Do not use equations or math as a part of your explanation, use what you know about how capacitors work.4 attachmentsSlide 1 of 4

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C CCCCCCCCMIM r 1 * ? MICC * S * 1101 GI ♡ I + + → C ccsf.instructure.com/courses/45152/assignments/859473?module_item_id=2429453 Es D Update: II. Apps Calculator Suite -… M Gmail People This Week YouTube Maps Apply Prime Video N https://www.netfli… WF Wells Fargo – Ban… Other Bookmarks E Reading List CITY COLLEGE OF SAN FRANCISCO FALL 2021 Submission Lab Report – Inductors part 2 – Start Assignment Home X Not Submitted! Announcements Submission Details Due Oct 30 by 11:59pm Points 8 Submitting a text entry box or a file upload Available Oct 26 at 9am – Nov 1 at 11:59pm 7 days Modules Grade: 0 (8 pts possible) Graded Anonymously: no Discussions Comments: No Comments Grades There’s only “one” problem for this lab activity, I’ve taken most all the data you just need to fill in the blanks. Online Tutoring What you are going to turn in Chat A completed chart with the following columns Library Power Phase Frequency Vs VR I XL XC Z Power Factor angle You may use whatever units you wish as long as your columns are properly labeled. You will be graded harshly if the column labels do not match the data within! ? • A scatter plot graph of power vs. frequency, with axis labeled properly. No need to connect the dots or anything. The setup was a RLC circuit with everything in everything in series, 1k resistor, same 20mH inductor from last week, same 11.45nF capacitor and same 50 12 impedance function generator as well, please note that for this you can treat the impedance of the function generator as if it’s part of the total resistance of the circuit similar to what you did last week when calculating “R”, the ‘Z’ written below is NOT the same ‘Z’ as the chart you’re going to make. (I know confusing) Ch1 M 1 kΩ L = 20mH RL = 72.122 Z=5022 Ch 2 >I There’s only “one” problem for this lab activity, I’ve taken most all the data you just need to fill in the blanks. What you are going to turn in . A completed chart with the following columns Power Phase Frequency Vs VR I XL XC Z Power Factor angle You may use whatever units you wish as long as your columns are properly labeled. You will be graded harshly if the column labels do not match the data within! • A scatter plot graph of power vs. frequency, with axis labeled properly. No need to connect the dots or anything. The setup was a RLC circuit with everything in everything in series, 1k resistor, same 20mH inductor from last week, same 11.45nF capacitor and same 50 12 impedance function generator as well, please note that for this you can treat the impedance of the function generator as if it’s part of the total resistance of the circuit similar to what you did last week when calculating “R”, the ‘Z’ written below is NOT the same ‘Z’ as the chart you’re going to make. (I know confusing) Chl M 1 ke2 Z=5022 Ch 2 L = 20mH RL = 72.122 C = 11.45 nF Here is the data I collected freq (kHz) Vs (V) VR (V) 0.344 4.6 0.13 0.977 4.62 0.338 Uh oh … data missing! 2.32 4.6 0.82 3.18 4.38 1.14 3.87 4.36 1.455 4.75 4.4 1.86 5.42 4.36 2.23 6.31 4.4 2.72 6.97 4.38 3.1 8.17 4.28 3.74 8.76 4.26 4 9.42 4.24 4.14 9.88 4.22 4.12 10.5 4.3 4.06 11.2 4.32 3.82 12.5 4.34 3.36 13.6 4.34 3.06 15.1 4.36 2.64 16.7 4.38 2.36 17.6 4.4 2.14 18.9 4.4 1.96 20.2 4.4 1.84 Unfortunately I forgot one critical piece of data! Gather the appropriate information from the following picture, keep in mind the resistor has a differential probe that’s reading the value so it’s 1/10th of what it actually is. As a helpful hint though use the missing spot in the above data to get a clue to where abouts it should be as far as range.

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