The equation of current in a purely inductive circuit is $$5 \sin \left(49\, \pi t-30^{\circ}\right)$$. If the inductance is $$30 \,\mathrm{mH}$$ then the equation for the voltage across the inductor, will be :

$$\left\{\right.$$ Let $$\left.\pi=\frac{22}{7}\right\}$$

A series LCR circuit has $$\mathrm{L}=0.01\, \mathrm{H}, \mathrm{R}=10\, \Omega$$ and $$\mathrm{C}=1 \mu \mathrm{F}$$ and it is connected to ac voltage of amplitude $$\left(\mathrm{V}_{\mathrm{m}}\right) 50 \mathrm{~V}$$. At frequency $$60 \%$$ lower than resonant frequency, the amplitude of current will be approximately :

A direct current of $$4 \mathrm{~A}$$ and an alternating current of peak value $$4 \mathrm{~A}$$ flow through resistance of $$3\, \Omega$$ and $$2\,\Omega$$ respectively. The ratio of heat produced in the two resistances in same interval of time will be :

In a series $$L R$$ circuit $$X_{L}=R$$ and power factor of the circuit is $$P_{1}$$. When capacitor with capacitance $$C$$ such that $$X_{L}=X_{C}$$ is put in series, the power factor becomes $$P_{2}$$. The ratio $$\frac{P_{1}}{P_{2}}$$ is: