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I need to calculate current on the right circuit, but I don't really know how.

I have the current in left circuit I and L1 L2 C1 C2.

I have tried to calculate this using impedance and ohms law. As Z_{2}=X_{c}+X_{L}, and U2=jwM, where M - mutual inductance

I think that I_{2}should be I_{2}=U_{2}/Z_{2}=w^2 M C L I1 / (Lw^2 - c)

p.s. I know I1. Its U1/impedance

but i see from the simulator that im wrong.. please, could you help me?

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# Resonant circuit current calulation

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