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Given the equivalent impendance of...

Given the equivalent impendance of a circuit can be calculated by the expression

Z=Z1Z2/ Z1+Z2

If Z1= 4+j10 and Z2=12-j3, calculate the impendance Z in both rectangular and polar forms.

Z=Z1Z2/ Z1+Z2

If Z1= 4+j10 and Z2=12-j3, calculate the impendance Z in both rectangular and polar forms.

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