Determine Phasor V

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  1. need_help

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    Determine the phasor V and express it in polar form.

    I tried to do it with superposition method. First I opened 2A source and I got V(01)= j/2. But i couldn't figure out the second part when I short voltage source.Any help will be appreciated.
     
  2. Ratch

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    need_help,

    The phasor voltage across what element of the circuit? You are asking for the sinusoidal voltage, but the voltage source has a polarity and current source has a direction such as DC sources would. What gives?

    Ratch
     
  3. need_help

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    Phaser voltage accross element j ohm on the right side of the circuit. it shows on the picture.
     
  4. Ratch

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    need_help,

    You are right, I missed it. But what about the other question about polarity and direction? Are we talking about AC?

    Ratch
     
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