1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data 2. Relevant equations At low voltage frequency (inductors) L become short circuit and (capacitors) C becomes open circuit At high voltage frequency (inductors) L become open circuit and (capacitors) C becomes short circuit 3. The attempt at a solution Part A At low frequency, all the capacitors are open, so no current cant run beyond Rs. Hence current at the load is zero so voltage is also zero Part B At high frequency, all the inductors are open, so the only path for the current is through Rs and around all the loops at the top where all the capacitors use to be (skipping all resistors) So now it is the voltage supply Rs and the load in series, so a voltage divider can be used to workout the voltage across the load V1 = V(Supply) x R1 / (R1 + R2) v(Load) = 10 x 35 / (35 + 30) = 5.384615 Part C I am assuming the angular frequency has no effect on the voltage as T = 1/f and omega = 2PIf so the frequency cancels out This is most likely wrong Part D Using the same value from Part C, I would use P = V^2/R where R is 35 I think I have the first two parts correct and the last two parts wrong any help?