# Question: Calculate the current in the inductor if the voltage input

Calculate the current in the inductor if the voltage input is:

(a) v1(t)=24 cos(377t + 12°)

(b) v2(t)=18 sin(377t – 48°)

(a) v1(t)=24 cos(377t + 12°)

(b) v2(t)=18 sin(377t – 48°)

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