What does it mean when an RLC circuit is at resonance?

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It means that the capacitive reactance and the inductive reactance are equal in magnitude but nullify the effect of each other, as they oppose each other. In this condition the impedance of the network would be equal to the resistance.

When the total impendance equals  supply frequency.

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