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how would I find the current and voltage across each component of these two simple circuits?

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    the capacitors are in units \(\mu F\) and the resistor is \(1.2k\Omega \). The applied voltage is \(12\cos{(\omega t)}\,V\) where \(\omega=10^3\,\text{rad}/s\)

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    This is for an assignment but to be honest I would rather just get the answer and not hand it in at this point, because I need to see an example and my textbook has none. Just need to see this done before the test!

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