# Question

A circuit with a single capacitor is connected to a 120-V, 60-Hz source.

(a) What is its capacitance if there is a current of 0.20 A in the circuit?

(b) What would be the current if the source frequency were halved?

(a) What is its capacitance if there is a current of 0.20 A in the circuit?

(b) What would be the current if the source frequency were halved?

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