1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Hello everyone, I have recently come under some stress from not being able to get these answers correct. I need to calculate these values: Zeq IT XL2 XL1 VR1 VR2 VL1 VL2 For this series circuit: And these values: Zeq IT XL2 XL1 IR1 IR2 IL1 IL2 For this parallel circuit: 2. Relevant equations I have been using these equations, but I am told that they are incorrect. My professor will not indicate what the correct equations are and I cannot find them in my textbook or online. Any help would be appreciated. Zeq = sqrt(RT^2+XL^2) where XL is both values of XL1 and XL2 added together. IT = Vs/ZT This is where I get confused, is ZT the same as Zeq? XL2 = (2*pi*Frequency*L2) XL1 = (2*pi*Frequency*L1) VR1 = (R1/RT)*Vs VR2 = (R2/RT)*Vs VL1 = (L1/LT)*Vs Where LT is L1 and L2 added together. VL2= (L2/LT)*Vs IR1= I could not find the equation for this value. IR2 = I could not find the equation for this value. IL1 = Vs/L1 IL2 = Vs/L2 3. The attempt at a solution Here are the values that I came up with for the series circuit: Phase = -tan((942.48+502.65)/100) = 86.04 degrees. a. Zeq = 15Vrms / .03333A = 450ohms b, It = 15Vrms/450ohms = 33.33mA∠-86.04 degrees c. XL1 = (2*pi*1000Hz*.150H) = 942.48ohms d. XL2 = (2*pi*1000Hz*.08) = 502.65ohms e. VR1 = 150ohms/450ohms * 15Vrms = 5Vrms ∠0 degrees f. VR2 = 300ohms/450ohms * 15Vrms = 10Vrms ∠0 degrees g. VL1 = .08H/.23H * 15Vrms = 5.22Vrms ∠-90 degrees h. VL2 = .150/.23H * 15Vrms = 9.78Vrms ∠-90 degrees And here are the values I came up with for the parallel circuit: a. Zeq = 15Vrms / .03333 = 450ohms b. IT = 33.33mA ∠-86.04 degrees c. XL2 = (2*pi*1000Hz*.150H) = 942.48ohms d. XL1 = (2*pi*1000Hz*.08H) = 502.65ohms e. VR1 = 150ohms/450ohms * 15Vrms = 5Vrms ∠0 degrees f. VR2 = 300ohms/450ohms * 15Vrms = 10Vrms ∠0 degrees g. IL1 = 15Vrms/.08H = 187.5A. h. IL2 = 15Vrms/.150H = 100A Any help at all would be very, very much appreciated. I really cannot find the equations for the life of me, and it is frustrating.