If the imaginary part equals zero, that means that 2/(omega C) = 1/(omega^3) L C^2).
So you should be able to express omega^2 in terms of L and C. Plugging that into the real part of your equation it should drop into your lap.
[Question]
A bridged T-network gives rise to the following equation,
S=R/omega^4L^2C^2 + J{2/omegaC - 1/omega^3LC^2} If the imaginary term
equates to zero, show that, the equation can be rewritten as R=S/4
I apologise if i've written it badly!
I have absolutely no idea of where to start with this problem
If i could get some direction in how to begin to tackle this problem that would be great
I'm sorry if i've posted in the wrong section
Regards
Ally
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