Practice: An LC circuit with an inductor of 0.05 H and a capacitor of 35 μF begins with the current of -1A. The capacitor plates have a maximum charge of 2.65mC at any time during the oscillation. What is the phase angle of this oscillation?

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Practice: An LC circuit with an inductor of 0.05 H and a capacitor of 35 μF begins with the current of -1A. The capacitor plates have a maximum charge of 2.65mC at any time during the oscillation. What is the phase angle of this oscillation?

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A) 2.0 A
B) 4.0 A
C) 6.0 A
D) 8.0 A
E) None of the above answers

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a. 200 Hz
b. 282.8 Hz
c. 400 Hz
d. 565.7 Hz
e. 800 Hz

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If the top circuit has an oscillation frequency of 1000 Hz, the frequency of the bottom circuit is?

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