1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Here is the circuit. I have to solve for V Thevenin I am having trouble figuring out what I am doing wrong here. I need to solve for Vth and I do, but it does not match with what my TA posted as the solution. 2. Relevant equations The equations I set up are the same as the above. VL is the node voltage on the jΩ inductor and Vth is the voltage on the right. 3. The attempt at a solution 1. -1∠0° + (VL)/j + (Vth)/(-.5j) = 0 2. Vth - VL = .25Ic 3. Ic = Vth/(-.5j) Substitute 3 into equation 2. 4. Vth - VL = .5iVth Now solve the system of equations for 1. and 5. 1. -1∠0° + (VL)/j + (Vth)/(-.5j) = 0 5. Vth(1-.5i) -Vth = 0 Vth = -0.4-0.8i VL = -0.8-0.6i Am I doing this correctly? The solutions my TA posted does not get this answer for Vth. She got Vth = .4 -.8i.