An AC voltage $$V=20 \sin 200 \pi t$$ is applied to a series LCR circuit which drives a current $$I=10 \sin \left(200 \pi t+\frac{\pi}{3}\right)$$. The average power dissipated is:

An alternating voltage $$V(t)=220 \sin 100 \pi t$$ volt is applied to a purely resistive load of $$50 \Omega$$. The time taken for the current to rise from half of the peak value to the peak value is:

Primary coil of a transformer is connected to $$220 \mathrm{~V}$$ ac. Primary and secondary turns of the transforms are 100 and 10 respectively. Secondary coil of transformer is connected to two series resistances shown in figure. The output voltage $$\left(V_0\right)$$ is :

A series L.R circuit connected with an ac source $$E=(25 \sin 1000 t) V$$ has a power factor of $$\frac{1}{\sqrt{2}}$$. If the source of emf is changed to $$\mathrm{E}=(20 \sin 2000 \mathrm{t}) \mathrm{V}$$, the new power factor of the circuit will be :