Resonance factor of RLC circuit

Say we have a RLC circuit, connected to a source. Say, regarding to the positive side of the source, we have in order, an inductor L, followed by a resistance R and a capacitor C in parallel. So we have L in serial with R || C. My question is ...

How could I calculate the resonance factor, Q?

I have solved parts of the problem... but I'm stuck at calculating Q (i think Q is also called the "quality" factor)

Basically...

I have the resonance frequency when the impedance Z is only of resistive (real) nature :

$$L\omega - \frac{R^2C\omega}{1 + (RC\omega)^2} = 0$$

$$\omega_{r} = \frac{1}{\sqrt{LC}}\sqrt{1 - \frac{L}{R^2C}}$$

After obtaining $\omega_{r}$, what do I do?

I'm supposed to use formulas like $$Q = \frac{Q_{L}}{P}$$

or

$$Q = \frac{Q_{C}}{P}$$

Where P is the active power dissiped by resistances, and $Q_{L}$ or $Q_{C}$ is the reactive power... either of the inductor (L) or the capacitor (C). I'm a bit lost. I know this shouldn't be complicated. I'm just confused.

Also, could you explain me why either one of these equations can be used? Why can we use both $Q_{L}$ and $Q_{C}$ divided by P?

Thanks 