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hogrampage

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## Homework Statement

I am not sure why our professor is making us do labs that are 6 chapters above where we are, but here it is:

Compute V

_{out}if V

_{in}has an amplitude of 1V and a phase shift of 0 degrees.

## Homework Equations

V=RI

V=jωLI

V=[itex]\frac{1}{jωC}[/itex]I

ω=[itex]\frac{1}{\sqrt{LC}}[/itex]

## The Attempt at a Solution

ω = 15811 rad/s

V

_{in}= 1[itex]e^{j(15811)}[/itex]

KVL: V

_{out}= [itex]e^{j(15811)}[/itex] - jωLI

_{m}[itex]e^{j(15811)}[/itex] - [itex]\frac{1}{jωC}[/itex]I

_{m}[itex]e^{j(15811)}[/itex]

First of all, is that right? Second, I have no idea where to go from that (if it's right).