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In a circuit consisting of a capacitor (Voltage across is 3.2V) and a 47[tex]\Omega[/tex]resistor (Voltage across is 4.65V), with a current of 0.0989A and a phase difference between the two voltages being 90', what is the complex impedance for the circuit?

Unsure of how to work this out, the stated values are ones I have worked out and may not necessarily be useful to this problem.

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3. The attempt at a solution

Wouldn't know where to start

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# Homework Help: Complex Impedance

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