The impedance Z, in ohms, of a circuit element is defined as the ratio of the phasor voltage V, in volts, across the element to the phasor current I, in amperes, through the elements. That is, Z = V I . If the voltage across a circuit element is 18 + i volts and the current through the element is 3 4i amperes, determine the impedance

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