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Adesh

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**http://www.feynmanlectures.caltech.edu/I_23.html**chapter 23, section 4. In it he derives the equation for current when inductor, resistor and capacitor is connected in series with an alternating voltage source, he derives this equation:-

**V=(iωL+R+1/iωC)I**

It's a complex equation, so if we are given Voltage, Inductance , Resistance and Capacitance the value we will get is a complex one, so how can we find current from this equation? How to use this equation ?

Thank you.