1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data So yeah I'm doing a project were I get to create a problem. I would like to learn how to solve a AC RLC circuit using linear algebra. I'm trying to find all of the currents on the edges of the graphs and find all of the voltages at the nodes connecting the edges. I don't think I should really put this in the engineering forum because I seem to really be struggling with the linear algebra and mathematics behind it. I solved circuits like this before, but not with the linear algebra perspective. If you can provide any assistance or point me in the right direction that would help. I'm just using all symbols for now and will put in numerical values later. This is my weighted graph 2. Relevant equations 3. The attempt at a solution Alright so I start with finding the incidence matrix. So then I find the impedance matrix Then I find the voltage and current source vectors. Than through this equation Than I can solve for the currents on each edge of the weight graph and find the nodal voltages of the weight graph So at this point I would just plug this into MATLAB once I assign numerical values. Does this look ok so far?