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In a two-resistor series circuit VR1 = 6.5 VRMS and VR2 = 3.2 VRMS. The source voltage is ________.
 
  A) 4.53 VP B) 9.7 VP C) 13.7 VP D) 9.19 VP
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In a two-resistor series circuit VR1 = 6.5 VRMS and VR2 = 3.2 VRMS. The source voltage is ________.
The answer is (6.5 + 3.2) = 9.7 VRMS
The peak voltage is 9.7 x 1.414 = 13.7158 = approximately 13.7 Vpeak = 13.7 VP
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