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1. A 470 Ω resistor and a 0.2 μF capacitor are in parallel across a 2.5 kHz ac source. The admittance, Y, in rectangular form, is ________.

(a) 212 Ω
(b) 2.12 mS + j3.14 mS
(c) 3.14 mS + j2.12 mS
(d) 318.3 Ω

Answer
Answer : (b)
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