An RLC circuit

E = 250V @ 0 degrees

X of capacitor is 63.3 ohms

X of inductor is 20 ohms

The voltage across the resistor is 125V at an angle of 60 degrees.

Find the voltage across the capacitor and inductor and determine the value of R.

Ok so I feel like i have this one on the tip of my tongue, but I keep getting the answer incorrect (answer in the back of book.) I tried doing a 2 equation-2 variable substitution, but it isn't working out. My voltage was actually pretty close (within .2 so I'm guessing it's because I use all of the digits in my TI-89), but my phase angle is way off.

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----------------Capacitor-----------
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E Resistor
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--------------Inductor--------------
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X of capacitor is 63.3 ohms

X of inductor is 20 ohms

The voltage across the resistor is 125V at an angle of 60 degrees.

Find the voltage across the capacitor and inductor and determine the value of R.

Ok so I feel like i have this one on the tip of my tongue, but I keep getting the answer incorrect (answer in the back of book.) I tried doing a 2 equation-2 variable substitution, but it isn't working out. My voltage was actually pretty close (within .2 so I'm guessing it's because I use all of the digits in my TI-89), but my phase angle is way off.

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