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The voltage $v(t)$ across the terminals $a$ and $b$ as shown in the figure, is a sinusoidal voltage having a frequency $\omega = 100 \text{ radian/s}$. When the inductor current $i(t)$ is in phase with the voltage $v(t)$, the magnitude of the impedance $Z$ (in $\Omega$) seen between the terminals $a$ and $b$ is __________ (up to $2$ decimal places)

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