My first attempt was to find the Q of the series RLC branch,
transform R1 into a parallel resistor:
\( R_p = R_2*Q^2\)
find the equivalent resistance between R1 and R2:
\( R_{eq} = R1||R2\)
and then calculate the new Q of entire network as if it were a RLC network:
\( Q = \frac{R_{eq}}{2\pi\omega_oL1}\)
but if I plug in values such that the series resonant frequency is on the scale of 10 MHz and R2 is a 20 or 30 kohm, Q factor is close to 0 which doesn't make sense.