1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A capacitor is placed parallel across a resistive load in a circuit. C= 0.829*10-6 F and R = 229 ohms. What fraction of the current goes through the capacitor when the frequency is 100 sec-1? 2. Relevant equations I(resistor) = V/R I(capacitor) = C * (dV/dt) = ω*C*V (?) 3. The attempt at a solution Ic / (Ir + Ic) = [ω*C*V] / [(V/R) + (ω*C*V)] reduces to [ω*C*R] / [1 + ω*C*R] The answer I got was 0.106569. I don't know if the work is wrong or if the format of my answer wrong, like is that the "fraction" or do I have to do something else to it? Thanks.