yes I do but i want to ask that the arctan-2.698\1.754-110° is not in the 4th quadrant, it is in the third, but that is irrelevant. What is relevant is that the process requires you to convert from polar to rectangular, do the addition, and then convert back to polar. You cannot do addition and subtraction of phasors in polar form. You can do multiplication and division of phasors in polar form. Do you agree with that?
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