1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data This was a part question and I got everything else but one part (#4!): 1) A 60-Hz generator with an RMS potential of 240 V is connected in series with a 3350 Ohm resistor and a 1.5 microFarad capacitor. What is the RMS current in the circuit? IRMS = 6.34 * 10-2 A 2) In the previous question, what is the phase angle between the current and total voltage (in degrees)? [itex]\phi[/itex] = 27.8 deg 3) What would be the average (RMS) power consumed in the circuit in the previous question? Pavg = 13.5 W 4) At what frequency would the circuit in the previous problems have to be operated in order to have the current and total circuit voltage be in phase? 2. Relevant equations z = sqrt(R^2 + XC^2) <-- not sure if I had to use this one XC = 1/ωC ω = 2πf 3. The attempt at a solution I don't really know how to solve this (or if I'm even using the right equations to solve for it) but I tried solving for f in the formula and I got 72.3 as the answer and it was wrong in the homework assignment. I think phase difference is pi/2 so if it's in phase, do I need to add pi/2 to my final answer...? I'm very lost with this question as you can tell.