When an inductance is connected to an AC supply, the current in the inductor is

- is in phase with the voltage
- Lags the voltage by 90 degrees.
- Leads the voltage by 90 degrees.
- Leads the voltage by 180 degrees.

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# When an inductance is connected to an AC supply, the current in the inductor is

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When an inductance is connected to an AC supply, the current in the inductor is

- is in phase with the voltage
- Lags the voltage by 90 degrees.
- Leads the voltage by 90 degrees.
- Leads the voltage by 180 degrees.

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Capacitors: I leads V (and) V leads I in an inductor.

In both cases the phase angle is 90 degrees.