Which of the following equations is the correct definition of the reactance of an indicator L?

Which of the following equations is the correct definition of the reactance of an indicator L?
A. Reactance = (Amplitude of voltage) ÷ (Amplitude of current)
B. Reactance = (Amplitude of voltage) x (Amplitude of current)
C. Reactance = (Amplitude of current)2÷ (Amplitude of voltage)
D. Reactance = (Amplitude of current)2÷ (Amplitude of voltage)1/2

Correct Option: Answer is A
Reactance is the value of an indicator or a capacitor in ohms

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