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How do resistors capacitors and inductors behave in circuits with sinusoidally varying voltage and current?

A Resistor obeys the law of Ohm's law, with its voltage proportional to it's current. An inductor stores magnetic energy with its voltage proportional to the rate of change of its current, while a Capacitor stores electrical energy with its voltage proportional to the rate of change of its current.

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