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    I have been stuck on this question and just can't seem to figure out how to get the correct answer of 6.93.

    Would you be able to show the work needed for this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by clayton View Post
    I have been stuck on this question and just can't seem to figure out how to get the correct answer of 6.93.

    Would you be able to show the work needed for this?
    Can you assist us by stating the question you need answering?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kalbi_Rob View Post
    Can you assist us by stating the question you need answering?
    Ahh, well wouldn't that make a whole lot of sense. I guess I assumed people could read my mind

    A wye-connected alternator that has phase voltages of 277 V is feeding two loads. The first load is wye-connected inductors that have 40 ohms of XL. The second load is a set of delta-connected capacitors that have XC of 60 ohms. How much is the alternator phase current?

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    Quote Originally Posted by clayton View Post
    Ahh, well wouldn't that make a whole lot of sense. I guess I assumed people could read my mind

    A wye-connected alternator that has phase voltages of 277 V is feeding two loads. The first load is wye-connected inductors that have 40 ohms of XL. The second load is a set of delta-connected capacitors that have XC of 60 ohms. How much is the alternator phase current?
    I can't help you, I only get 20.781 A. Now the current flowing through the Wye-connected inductors appears to be 6.93A. I have to ask if you might have misunderstood the question.

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