Here I have a problem I am dealing with. I answered the question and have it shown on the picture but I would like a double check on it as I think I am getting wrong values. The circuit is shown at the top of the page. If you can't see the values are 10 ohms for the resistor, 3.2 mF for the capacitor, and 160 mH for the inductor. The question asks to find the current through the capacitor and the current through the inductor. I think I am getting wrong values because for the current through the capacitor I am getting a phase difference of 185 degrees, which seems a little high for me. Also the question also asks for the thevenins equivalent impedance through points a and b. Would we neglect the inductor in this case and the impedance would be only the resistor and capacitor? Or does the inductor need to be included?