# Regulated Power Supplies – 45

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45. For a full-wave rectifier with ac ripple at 120 Hz, the impedance of a capacitor can be calculated using XC = ________.

(a) 0.707 ÷ C
(b) 1.414 ÷ C
(c) 1.3 ÷ C
(d) 0.785 ÷ C

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