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What is the nature of supply current in parallel RC circuit with reference to the voltage?
What is the nature of supply current in parallel RC circuit with reference to the voltage?
(A) In phase (B) Lags by 90 degree (C) Leads by 90 degree (D) Compensates and becomes zero
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