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I need to graph the current energy on a resistor, capacitor and inductor they are all separate it is not a RLC circuit.

This is what I know

The currents are

I want to know how can I represent the energy as a function of time for each of these components induvidual so that I can graph them then and get an diagram?

And how to calculate the total energy on each component?

I repeat this is not an RLC circuit, each of these components is induvidualy connected for itself.

If anybody can help me out I will be grateful really, srry for my bad english.

This is what I know

- u(t) = sqrt(2)*220*sin(314*t+π/3)
- R = 10 Ω
- L = 3 mH
- C= 3 mF

The currents are

- Ic(t) = 293.52*sin(314*t+2π/3) current through the capacitor

- Il(t) = 330.29*sin(314*t-π/3) current through the in inductor

- Ir(t) = 31.11*sin(314*t+π/6) current through the resistor

I want to know how can I represent the energy as a function of time for each of these components induvidual so that I can graph them then and get an diagram?

And how to calculate the total energy on each component?

I repeat this is not an RLC circuit, each of these components is induvidualy connected for itself.

If anybody can help me out I will be grateful really, srry for my bad english.