A series RLC circuit has a resistance of 25-Ω, a capacitance of 0.80μF, and an inductance of 250 mH. The circuit is connected to a variable-frequency source with a fixed rms voltage output of 12 V. If the frequency that is supplied is set at the circuit’s resonance frequency, what is the rms voltage across each of the circuit elements?
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