Calculate the magnitude and phase angle of the circuit impedence
I am currently still going to school as an EE major, I am taking an electronics devices class, I seem to be having issues with this diagram:
Sorry if it is sloppily drawn. It asks to Calculate the magnitude and phase angle of the circuit impedence, I know to find the impedence it is 1/(2PI*f*c), which is around 4 ohms. But how does one find the magnitude[convert to V which the formula works as (sqrt. Vc^2 + Vr^2)]. My question is this, would I need to change uF and f into V to get the magnitude or does it work like the magnitude formula but the result would not come out as voltage?
Sorry if it is sloppily drawn. It asks to Calculate the magnitude and phase angle of the circuit impedence, I know to find the impedence it is 1/(2PI*f*c), which is around 4 ohms. But how does one find the magnitude[convert to V which the formula works as (sqrt. Vc^2 + Vr^2)]. My question is this, would I need to change uF and f into V to get the magnitude or does it work like the magnitude formula but the result would not come out as voltage?
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Kaustubh KatdareRe: Hope this is the right place to ask this
Raith, the most appropriate place for this question is our Electronics & Electrical Engineering section where we discuss everything related to electricity 😀 .
The Big K 
RaithYou're right but this is for newbies like me haha, I think I figured it out after reading over some sections of the book. Cheers!

reachrkataWoow !!! need to brush up all the forgotten Basic electricity studied ages back during Engineering.
But If I remember it right :
expressing the impedance as a Complex number
Z = R + jXc where Xc is 1/(2*Pi*f*C)
then i think the magnitude is Sqrt (R^2 + Xc^2)
and the phase i think is tan inverse (Xc/R)
I only vaguely remember this, so people please correct me If i am wrong ???
As i see, there is no need of any voltage. the frequency is given only for the impedance calculation. 
crookYou can use subscripts and superscripts using special bb codes. Look #LinkSnipped#

surendarkashyapmagnitude is sqrt(R^2+Xc^2)
phase is actuallt arc tan(Z/R)where Z=(XcXl)[Xl is impedence due to inductor which is zero in this case)
so phase(according to this prob )is arc tan(Xc/R)
tats rite!!!!!! 
sauravgoswamiDude,hope u have got your ans,and solve it accordingly..welcome!!!
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