1. Calculate the complex power for a resistor, R=10Ohms that has a current of i(t)=14,1*cos(314t-45°) running through.

2. Calculate the complex power for a condensator, C= uF which has a voltage of v(t) = 14,1*cos(1000t+45°).

I know that the complex power can be found by multiplying the RMS voltage and the complex conjugate of the current i, but I'm struggling. Any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks a lot!