1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A load absorbs 58959W at a lagging power factor of pf = 0.73. If the current flowing through the load is ix = 0.001A-rms , determine the impedance of the load. 2. Relevant equations Ohms law Impedance/Voltage/Power Triangles 3. The attempt at a solution If the load absorbs 58959W, I'm assuming that is apparent power (S) If 58959W is S then by Pavg = S*pf = Irms2R R = 58959*.73/.0012 = 43.04 GΩ (must be wrong...) I would then take R/pf = Z... but the number gets more ridiculous. How am I going about this wrong?