How Do I Measure Vo and Vi Across Frequencies from 1kHz to 100kHz?

In summary, the user is seeking help with measuring Vo and Vi over a range of frequencies for a given voltage source, inductance, capacitance, and resistance. They have attempted the calculations but are unsure if they have done them correctly. They have been asked to calculate the transfer function ##\frac{V_o}{V_i}## by using complex impedances.
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Hello ,am posting this thread because i need help with 1Q , i was told by my tutor to measure Vo and Vi over the range of frequencies 1khz to 100khz , but i have no idea how to do that ,am not very good at maths and that's why i been really struggling to do it , i have tried doing it but am 100% that i have done it wrong .

Spec :
Voltage source =10V
L=25mH
C=0.01uF
R=100 Ohms

i have also attached calculations which i have done .

any help would be great )
 

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Welcome to PhysicsForums. :smile:

It looks like you are calculating the impedances, but they are asking for the transfer function ##\frac{V_o}{V_i}##

Can you work on calculating that transfer function (it's a voltage divider with the complex impedances used)...
 

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