How to perform this addition?
10 V ∠ 0o + 6 V ∠ 45o
http://www.allaboutcircuits.com/vol_2/chpt_2/7.html
10 V ∠ 0o + 6 V ∠ 45o
http://www.allaboutcircuits.com/vol_2/chpt_2/7.html
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The answer will be : 16 V < 45oHow to perform this addition?
10 V ∠ 0o + 6 V ∠ 45o
http://www.allaboutcircuits.com/vol_2/chpt_2/7.html
No. If you look at the reference listed you will see that that answer is 14.861V < 16.59°.The answer will be : 16 V < 45o
The sin and cos of 45° are the same. Thats because a 45° right-angle triangle has two equal sides. So what's your question?P-MONKE handwritten job made me reflect about this:
i was calculating sin and cos with electronic calculator and with 45° i noticed that it's nothing but 1/√2 both. What's the point so?
The one you replied!The sin and cos of 45° are the same. Thats because a 45° right-angle triangle has two equal sides. So what's your question?
They are all about "squaring the circle"The one you replied!
It's not my field, trigonometry i mean. I couldn't tell what a sine and cosine functions would describe exactly!
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