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A 1000W heater is rated to operate at a direct current (DC) of 10A. If the heater is supplied alternating current (AC) for producing the same quantity of heat the value of current should be 

a. Iav=10A b. Irms=10A c. Ipeak=10A 

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A 1000W heater is rated to operate at a direct current (DC) of 10A. If the heater is supplied alternating current (AC) for producing the same quantity of heat the value of current should be Irms=10A

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