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Given:

Can I still use the general impedance equation for parallel RLC circuits even though the resistors are not in parallel with the other components? Substituting the two resistors for a single resistor with the equivalency resistance?

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- Thread starter wetwilly92
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Given:

Can I still use the general impedance equation for parallel RLC circuits even though the resistors are not in parallel with the other components? Substituting the two resistors for a single resistor with the equivalency resistance?

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The first leg is (Rc and C in series) and this combination is in parallel with (Rl and L in series)

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The first leg is (Rc and C in series) and this combination is in parallel with (Rl and L in series)

Does this give us...

1) Q

2) I

Or am I just completely off?

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You need to use Xl = ωL to get an expression for the Impedance of the Rl L arm

The overall impedance is these 2 impedances in parallel.

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