We mess around with the circuit and see a new function on our scope.

The new function of the AC signal is now

**Sin(x)+5**.

This is called DC bias.

Imagine a AC signal whose function is Sin(x).

We mess around with the circuit and see a new function on our scope.

The new function of the AC signal is now

**Sin(x+5)**.

This is called ______ bias?

What kinda bias is in the second scenario? Is it called Phase bias? ( I am guessing Phase Bias cause the graph of Sin(x+5) moved right by about Pi/3 radians.

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