# Is it possible to calculate the load resistance in a full bridge rectifier when given only power, inductance, and input voltage?

I'm given a full bridge rectifier circuit with values for power, industance, and RMS input voltage: [P = 380 W, L = 85 uH, Vs = 115 V].

The question states to 'select' output resistance for a simulation, but I am unsure if it's possible to calculate this. It might be that it is asking to select an arbitrary number.

I'm guessing that it can be calculated using:

$$R = V_s^2/P = 34.8 \varOmega$$ I am wondering if the voltage drop across the inductor can be omitted at steady state. Is this the correct way one would determine the load resistance?