I'm trying the find the current (using phasors) through the inductor shown below.
Using the current divider rule, I got that 840+j480 uA are going through the inductor. Additionall, by Kirchoff's laws and the terminal relationships of the resistor, capacitor, and inductor, I got the same answer.
My issue is that the magnitude of the current entering the circuit is 600 uA, but the magnitude of the current through the inductor is 967.471 uA which exceeds the source current. This is not allowed, correct?
Where did I go wrong?