phasor and phasor relationships of circuit elements

Discussion in 'Math' started by PG1995, Dec 6, 2011.

  1. PG1995

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  3. Vahe

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    In these types of problems, the angular frequency \omega (units of radians/second or rad/s) is assumed to be known and could even be given numerically. If the frequency f in (Hz) is given instead, you can just use the \omega = 2 \pi f to convert to angular frequency as already mentioned above.

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