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The diagram shows a capacitor $$C$$ and a resistor $$R$$ connected  in series to an $$AC$$ source, $$V_{1}$$ and $$V_{2}$$ are voltmeter and $$A$$ is an ammeter. Consider now the following statements:
(I) Reading in $$A$$ and $$V_{2}$$ are always in phase
(II) Reading in $$V_{1}$$ is ahead with reading in $$V_{2}$$
(III) Reading in $$A$$ and $$V_{1}$$ are always in phase
Which of these statements are / is correct:  
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A
I only
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B
II only
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C
I and II only
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D
II and III only
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Solution

The correct option is A $$II$$ only
As we know,
In RC series circuit voltage across the capacitor leads the voltage across the resistance by $$ \dfrac{\pi}{2} $$ 
hence,
option B is correct.

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