Can the amplitude of the current at resonance exceed the strength of a direct current in a circuit with the same active

Can the amplitude of the current at resonance exceed the strength of a direct current in a circuit with the same active resistance and constant voltage equal to the amplitude of the alternating voltage?

Can not. The impedance of an alternating current circuit is the sum of active and reactance.

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