# Problems with understanding the potential and voltages in circut [closed]

I'm asked to find $$\V_\text{out}\$$. The solution suggests to find $$\V_{C}\$$ and calculate the voltage on R2 using voltage divider on R1 and R2.

My problem is understanding what does it mean finding voltage on a point.

I'm looking for a way to fully understand these type of questions, where there are no components in series or parallel (because of the $$\V_\text{out}\$$ "wire").

• You would find $V_C$ with respect to ground (which is, in turn, assumed to be 0 V). The question says something about finding a voltage "on a point"?
– Null
Commented Aug 23 at 16:29
• "point" = "dot"= Node. Apply Norton equiv. to R's puts them in series RLC /w resonant Q . Try again and refine question. Commented Aug 23 at 16:36
• The point I mean is $V_\text{out}$. Let me be more clear, I can understand the solution, but I dont really know why some parts are true. Like why $V_\text{out}$ is the voltage on R2. I'm trying to develop a deep understanding
– amit
Commented Aug 23 at 16:36