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The question is; In a series LRC circuit, find an equation that shows the ratio of Voltage out [the voltage measured over the capacitor] over the voltage in from an A/C source as a function of L R C and omega

Starting with this equation:

V_{s}= sqrt(V_{R}^{2}+ (V^{L}- V_{C})^{2})

The attempt at a solution, I have no idea how close/right this is as I do not have the solutions,

V_{out}/ V_{s}= 1/(C*omega*sqrt(R^{2}+ (omega*L - 1/C*omega)^{2}))

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Any help/ advice would be greatly appreciated :) thanks

Stu

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# Homework Help: Find the voltage across a capacitor in a LRC circuit

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