Given the following problem:
I'd like to know how exactly one is to find the complex power delivered by the voltage source and the current source, separately, as is shown in the solutions on the right.
I've correctly obtained all the values for the complex power delivered to the resistor, inductor and capacitor. When I attempted to find the power delivered by the voltage source, i ignored the current source, and brought togheter the three impedances to make one, as in:
Z = jwL + R + 1/(jwC)
Then I found the current:
IZ = Voltagesource / Z
And then I found the complex power:
Svoltagesource = 1/2 * Voltagesource * (IZ*)
Which resulted in:
Svoltagesource = 0.295+0.531i
I'd appreciate input on what I might be doing wrong.