1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Please see attached image 1 and image 2 2. Relevant equations 3. The attempt at a solution Alright so I believe I solved part a correctly. It was very easy. (A) 5 * phasor of 30 degrees However it's been a while since I took circuits 1, so I'm struggling a bit with part (b). You can see my work in image 3 attached. For the phasor diagram for the voltage I drew IR as the reference along the positive x axis, IX point upwards, and the hypotenuse as ZI=V at an angle of 30 degrees from the reference. I believe this is correct? I'm not exactly sure how to solve for the current here. I know ohms law V = IR, and I know that generally speaking we can write alternating current in terms of trigonometric functions, so the voltage as a function of time is something along the lines of V(t) = A*sin(w*t + phase) The problem specifies that it's at 60 Hz and I know that w = 2*pi*f = 120*pi So I know that the voltage is of the form V(t) = 120*sin(120*pi*t + phase) volts So I = V/Z, but I can't seem to remember how to get the voltage into phasor form when I don't know the phase angle, hence I'm not sure how to draw the single phase diagram, or how to get the phasor current in this case. I guess I have a hard time putting the English into mathematical equation. (C) I'm not exactly sure how to draw these graphs For the voltage I drew the max as 120 volts, the min as -120 and I found the average as (2*max)/pi. I found this formula online, I believe it's correct? I guessed that the current was in the form of 120/5 or 24 times some phasor I(t) = 24 * phasor so I drew the max as 24 the min as -24 and used the formula for average above For the power S I believe it's of the form sqrt(3)2880*some phasor I don't see how to draw these graphs without given the initial phase angle of the voltage. Any help in solving either of these parts would be greatly appreciated. Thanks guys!