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Inductive Reactance refers to the reactance due to the inductance of a coil or circuit. It is the opposition of inductance to alternating current that is equal to the product of the angular frequency of the current times the self-inductance. The Inductive reactance is denoted by the symbol X_{L}.

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**Inductive Reactance:**

X_{L} = 2πfL

**Frequency:**

f = X_{L} /2πL

**Inductance:**

L = X_{L} /2πf

**Where,**

X_{L} = Inductive Reactance,

f = Frequency,

L = Inductance.

This advanced online Inductive Reactance Calculator is used to calculate and find the Inductive Reactance when signal frequency and inductance are known.

**Example:**

Calculate the Inductive Reactance for the given details.

Frequency (f) = 25 H_{z}

Inductance (L) = 5 H

**Solution:**

**Apply Formula:**

X_{L} = 2πfL

X_{L} = 2*3.14*25*5

X_{L} = 6.28*125

X_{L} = 785 ohm

**Inductive Reactance (X _{L}) = 785 ohm**