Power over current source and resistor in series

Problem description:

The problem is Kotitehtävä 7 in the attachement. The idea is to calculate the output power (both P and Q) of the current source.

Attempt:

I know the current through the current source (obviously) and want to calculate the voltage over it to get the power. I have calculated the voltage over the RJC part of the circuit. It is 0,832$\angle-33,69°$ V. The voltage over the resistor and current source is the same, but then I figured that all the voltage will be over the resistor, since the current source doesn't have any impedance. So now I'm stuck. How can I solve this problem?

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