Hi there folks!

I'm just doing a question at the moment and the question asks to find the current through a load which is being fed from two voltage sources via their respective reactances ( inductive ). I need to find this current through a center branch using three different techniques which isn't an issue. My am just slightly confused by the fact that the voltages are quoted with respect to time and are also different functions, for eg: 415sin(100pit) and 415cos(100pit)

There is no mention of time so would I be correct to assume that I just take the magnitude in each case and assume that it is giving an out of that constantly?

Any help would be greatly appreciated : )

Neil

I'm just doing a question at the moment and the question asks to find the current through a load which is being fed from two voltage sources via their respective reactances ( inductive ). I need to find this current through a center branch using three different techniques which isn't an issue. My am just slightly confused by the fact that the voltages are quoted with respect to time and are also different functions, for eg: 415sin(100pit) and 415cos(100pit)

There is no mention of time so would I be correct to assume that I just take the magnitude in each case and assume that it is giving an out of that constantly?

Any help would be greatly appreciated : )

Neil

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