# Question

(a) What inductance has the same reactance in a 120-V, 60-Hz circuit as a capacitance of 10 μF?

(b) What would be the ratio of inductive reactance to capacitive reactance if the frequency were changed to 120 Hz?

(b) What would be the ratio of inductive reactance to capacitive reactance if the frequency were changed to 120 Hz?

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