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#65707 - 05/10/06 07:27 PM newbie question
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In an inductive circuit, the voltage is ________ at 180 degrees.

Had a stumper today in class...anybody???
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#65708 - 05/11/06 03:20 AM Re: newbie question
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#65709 - 05/11/06 03:54 AM Re: newbie question
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If that is the whole question, I wonder why the fact that it is an inductice circuit is even mentioned.
Are you sure they weren't asking where the current was on a purely inductive circuit when the voltage is at 180?

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