# In an AC circuit, the voltage across R, L and C are 30 V, 60 V and 20 V respectively. The applied

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In an AC circuit, the voltage across R, L and C are 30 V, 60 V and 20 V respectively. The applied voltage is

(A) 70 V

(B) 50 V

(C) 60 V

(D) 100 V

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In an AC circuit, the voltage across R, L and C are 30 V, 60 V and 20 V respectively. The applied voltage is 50 V

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