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I am trying to solve a series-parallel RLC circuit problem. I have a 220Ω resistor in series with 180Ω resistor, a 1mH inductor and a .47μF capacitor all in parallel. source voltage is equal to 4V at 9kHz.

2. Relevant equations

this is what I have done so far.

XC=1/2π(9000)(.00000047)=37.6

XL= 2π(9000)(.001)

ZP¬=1/((1/180)+(1/37.6)+(1/56.6))=20.07

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