# In a R-L-C circuit?

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In a R-L-C circuit?

In a R-L-C circuit power is consumed in resistance and is equal to I R, exchange of power takes place between inductor and supply line, exchange of power takes place between capacitor and supply line, exchange of power does not take place between resistance and the supply line.

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