1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data An AC current source, 1 ∠0° A, with angular frequency 1 rad/s is to be applied to the input terminals of the circuit. Circuit is RLC, the current source is in parallel with a 1F capacitor which is in parallel with a 1H inductor which is in series with a 1Ω resistor. I need to find the Voltage across the capacitor. 2. Relevant equations Xc = 1/ωC Vc = Xc * I 3. The attempt at a solution I know that the voltage into the circuit is the same as the voltage across the capacitor since they are in parallel. This is a current divider problem so I need to find the current across the capacitor to solve for the Vc. I know I need to use the impedences to solve for voltage using Vc = Xc * Ic, but I cannot recall how to do this for a series/parallel RLC circuit.