1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A series L-R-C circuit consisting of a voltage source, a capacitor of capacitance , an inductor of inductance , and a resistor of resistance is driven with an AC voltage of amplitude and frequency . Define to be the amplitude of the voltage across the resistor and the inductor. FIND THE ratio Vout/Vin picture: http://www.chegg.com/homework-help/...pacitance-inductor-inductance--q416667?frbt=1 2. Relevant equations Z = sqrt((IR)^2+(I*X_L-I*X_C)^2) 3. The attempt at a solution I found Vin = sqrt((IR)^2+(I*X_L-I*X_C)^2) Then I googled the question for Vout and tried to use kirchoff's voltage and loop rule. I only found solutions using laplace transforms or something - I am in calc 2. Any kind of hint in the right direction would be nice. I don't understand the 'dot' notation on the circuit. And the whole problem is really throwing me in circles.