1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Suppose you want to use a series RLC circuit to tune in your favorite AM radio station which broadcasts at a frequency of 1.20 MHz. You would like to avoid the obnoxious easy listening station which broadcasts at 1.10 MHz, right next to the one you like. In order to achieve this, for a given EMF from your antenna, you need the current flowing in your circuit to be 10-2 times less at 1.10 MHz than at 1.20 MHz. What is the minimum Q for this circuit? Now, note that you cannot avoid having a resistance of R = 0.1 ohm, and practical considerations also dictate that you use the minimum L possible. What values of L and C must you use? 2. Relevant equations Q = wL/R = w/(delta w) = w/2a where a = R/2L f = w/2pi 3. The attempt at a solution .01 = e^(-a(x-w)) a = ln100 / (2pi * (1.1*10^6 - 1.2*10^6)) I don't know if this is right or where to go from here.