I do not understand how to solve capacitors and inductors with impedance. I do not even know what it is that they use it to solve for. My understanding is that the define the source as a sinusoid using the complex exponential form, and that all voltages and amperage are now also complex exponential.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I do not, however, know how to solve them, nor do I know what I am solving for? so I need to know, what is it used to solve for, how do you solve it using that, and why use that method?

Also, any proofs would be extremely helpful for me conceptualizing it.

Thank you all

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# Impedance of capacitor and inductors

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