1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Calculate the current in the capacitor shown if the voltage input is a. v1(t) = 10cos(377t - 30°)V b. v2(t) = 12sin(377t + 60°)V [Broken] Give answers in both time and frequency domain. 2. Relevant equations I = dQ/dt = C * dV/dt 3. The attempt at a solution I = dQ/dt = C * dV/dt I = 1ρF * (d/dt)(10 * cos(377t - 30°)v Took derivative: I(t) = 1μF * (-3770 * sin(377t - 30°) I(t) = (-3.77 x 10-3)(sin(377t - 30°))A If the above is correct, where can I start with converting this to frequency domain though? I know it's supposed to be something like in form e^t.