If you did that then it should be right!
oh yeah then it should be right, and as a sort of sanity check the impedance should drop because you only have capacitors in there and the impedance for them is 1/jwc.
Where is the I(v2) taken at? If you have your voltage and current at two different places your result will change, depending on how the voltage and current change.
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