1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A circuit contains a 100Ω resistor, a .0500H inductor, a .400μF capacitor, and a source of time-varying emf connected in series. The time-varying emf is 50.0 V at a frequency of 2000 Hz. a) Determine the current in the circuit. b) Determine the voltage drop across each component of the circuit. 2. Relevant equations I = V / Z Z = sqrt (R2+ (XL - XC)2) XL = ωL XC = 1 / (ωC) ω = 2∏f Vemf = VR + VC + VL (Kirchoff's Loop Rule) V = IX, IR 3. The attempt at a solution Using the above equations, I got XL to be 628.3 and XC to be 198. I got Z to be 441, and solved for I: I = 50/441 → .113 A to get the current. The issue is, when I get the voltage drops across the components, they don't add up to 50 V. For the inductor alone, I got V = IXL, which ended up being 71 V. I'm not sure where I'm going wrong with this problem.