The impedance of an inductr is XL =2*Pi*f*L.
The impedance of a capacitor is XC = 1/ ( 2*Pi*f*C).
The impedance of a resistor is ZR = R.
By applying the parameters you are given (X, f) you can calculate L and C for this circuit.
From R, L, C and F and using
The impedance of an RLC circuit, whichever way it is constructed, can be calculated from the same equations as for a purely resistive circuit, just replace each element in the equation by the equivalent complex impedance:
- components in series. Ztotal = Zcomp + Zcomp2 +...Zcompn
- components in parallel: 1/Ztotal = 1/Zcomp1 + 1/Zcomp2 + ... 1/Zcompn
From these basic equations plus aplication of Kirchhoff's laws (and equivalently Thevenin theorem and / or Norton theorem) you can calculate the RLC circuit's parameters. You'll have to use complex math. You should have learned this by now, otherwise giving you this task makes no sense. You can read up and refresh your knowledge a bit here