1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data In an RLC series circuit, the rms potential difference provided by the source is V = 150 V, and the frequency is f = 220/pi Hz. Given that L = 0.7 H, C = 70 µF, and V_R = 80 V, find: a) I (rms); I = A b) R; R = Ω c) V_L (rms); V_L = V d) V_C (rms). V_C = V 2. Relevant equations X_L=WL_i , X_C= 1/WC ; w= 2(pi)(f) , 3. The attempt at a solution A part from the equations listed above I don't really know what I need. I am kinda at lost with RLC circuits. my teacher taught it really quickly and it really confuses me. I know I_rms = I (peak) / sqrt(2) but I'm not even sure how to get the peak current. Any help to lead me in the right direction would be appreciated!