The peak voltage of the AC source is equal to:
 
1. \(1 / \sqrt{2}\) times the rms value of the AC source
2. the value of voltage supplied to the circuit
3. the rms value of the AC source
4. \(\sqrt{2}\) times the rms value of the AC source
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A standard filament lamp consumes \(100\) W when connected to \(200\) V AC mains supply. The peak current through the bulb will be:
1. \(0.707\) A
2. \(1\) A
3. \(1.414\) A
4. \(2\) A
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A \(40\) μF capacitor is connected to a \(200\) V, \(50\) Hz AC supply. The rms value of the current in the circuit is, nearly:
1. \(2.05\) A
2. \(2.5\) A
3. \(25.1\) A
4. \(1.7\) A

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