1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data An ideal AC voltage source generating an emf V (t) = V0 cosωt is connected in series with a resistance R, an inductance L, and a capacitance C. a) Find the steady-state solution for the charge, q(ω,t), which is of the form q0(ω)cos(ωt− δ(ω)). b) Find the steady-state current in the circuit, I(ω,t). 2. Relevant equations q0(ω)cos(ωt− δ(ω)). 3. The attempt at a solution From Kirchoff's voltage rule ; q = cVocosωt -cLq(double dot) - cRq(single dot) But I am unsure how to get from there to a steady-state solution with the things I am given. I understand that once I get "a" I will need to derive it to get "b".