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PS: Vrms= Vmax/underroot(2), Irms=Imax/underroot(2)

underroot? Do you mean square root?

Thank you for answering my question, btw. I really appreciate it.

Lol, no. It's the most horrible thing ever invented. It's a site where you submit homework.

No, I mean the questions that are asked. I feel like I'm not learning anything in the class.

|dw:1369760684756:dw| Well it works like this: To calculate X_L and X_C you need to find omega*L and 1/omega*C respectively. But X_L andX_C shall be unknown too since C and L are unknown. tan (phi) is given and using X_L and X_C you can form 1 euation containing C and L.
Now calculate cos(phi) (equal to= P/(Vrms*Irms) )and cos(phi)=R/ squareroot((X_L-X_C)^2+R^2) <

In the triangle the angle should be phi, in place of theta.

So we don't use the "L" value that was given in the description of the problem?