The question is to find the thevenin equivalent circuit across a and b. The inductors are ideal transformers. I stretched the inductors 180 degrees to make the circuit easier to analyze. From there, I can see that the left hand inductor is parrallel with the voltage source and is in series with the 2 ohms resistance. An ideal transformers has infinite inductance and zero resistance. In my book, it is said that the LHS inductor has a voltage drop of \$ 1\angle 0\$. But, how can that happen it would leave no voltage for the resistance??