Inductance is a factor in which of the following?
An AC circuit.
Determining energy stored by a capacitor.
A DC circuit.
Batteries connected in serial.
Detailed Explanation
Inductance is a property of an AC circuit (or a component in an AC circuit) that quantifies resistance to changes in current. The current in an AC circuit is continuously changing and inductive reactance (the opposition to change) depends both on the inductance of the circuit or component and the rate at which the current is changing.
The inductance of a circuit is measured in Henrys (H). The greater the inductance, the greater the opposition to changes in current. The rate at which the current is changing is measured in radians per second (rad/s).
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