Problem: The output of a generator is given by v(t) = a sin(ω t), where a = 341 V. Find the rms current in the circuit when this generator is connected to a 121 Ω resistor. 1. 1.25443 2. 1.15979 3. 2.07892 4. 0.537758 5. 0.295654 6. 1.35156 7. 0.995925 8. 1.12717 9. 0.915847 10. 1.99276

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The output of a generator is given by v(t) = a sin(ω t), where a = 341 V. Find the rms current in the circuit when this generator is connected to a 121 Ω resistor.

1. 1.25443

2. 1.15979

3. 2.07892

4. 0.537758

5. 0.295654

6. 1.35156

7. 0.995925

8. 1.12717

9. 0.915847

10. 1.99276

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