These are the Ohm's Law formulas for AC Alternating Current Series Circuits. Alternating Current causes a phase shift between voltage and current when inductive or capacitive components are in a circuit. Ohm's Law for AC deals with these phase shifts.
Ohms Law for AC -- Alternating Current -- is different from Ohm's Law for DC -- Direct Current -- circuits because DC circuits have only pure resistance. AC circuits may contain Inductive(coil) and/or capacitive(capacitor) reactive circuits. These circuits affect the phase of the voltage and current. This phase shift must be taken into account when analyzing the circuit.
Above is an image of Ohm's Law for AC series Circuits
Above is an image of Ohm's Law for AC Parallel Circuits
Inductor or Coil symbol "L" is Measured by it's inductance in units of Henries
A capacitor or condenser symbol "C" is Measured by it's capacitance in farads.
Above are images of inductors and capacitors
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