any idea on how to solve these??
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sorry just saw the post,So far, so good. Now show the calculation for Vth. Show the final result.
Then show the final number you get for the current in the cap as a single complex number, but also show the steps to get that result.
I think this should be Vth = ((50+j50)/(80+j50))*200<0°really?? ok, so how to calculate V_Th?
I got,
((50+j50)/(80+j70))*200<0°
You have Vth wrong; I showed the mistake in the previous post.sorry just saw the post,
V_Th= 133.04< 141.70°
I= ((V_Th/(Z_Th  j40))= 3.31<88.49°
=2.86+1.66i
?!?!?
Once again, it's difficult to help if you don't show all your steps; that's the only way I can see if you made a mistake somewhere, and just where you made it.also any help on q2? cos i converted the voltage source to current, is that right?
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