The formula to calculate the Power Factor is:

\[ \cos(\Phi) = \frac{R}{Z} \]

Where:

- \(\cos(\Phi)\) is the Power Factor
- \(R\) is the Resistance (Ω)
- \(Z\) is the Impedance (Ω)

Power Factor is defined as the ratio of the actual electrical power dissipated by an AC circuit to the product of the r.m.s. values of current and voltage.

Let's assume the following values:

- Resistance (\(R\)) = 60 Ω
- Impedance (\(Z\)) = 61.5 Ω

Using the formula:

\[ \cos(\Phi) = \frac{60}{61.5} \]

Evaluating:

\[ \cos(\Phi) = 0.975609756097561 \]

The Power Factor is 0.975609756097561.

Resistance (Ω) | Impedance (Ω) | Power Factor |
---|---|---|

50 | 61.5 | 0.813008130081 |

52 | 61.5 | 0.845528455285 |

54 | 61.5 | 0.878048780488 |

56 | 61.5 | 0.910569105691 |

58 | 61.5 | 0.943089430894 |

60 | 61.5 | 0.975609756098 |

62 | 61.5 | 1.008130081301 |

64 | 61.5 | 1.040650406504 |

66 | 61.5 | 1.073170731707 |

68 | 61.5 | 1.105691056911 |

70 | 61.5 | 1.138211382114 |