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rabbee: oh come on, i gave to you the simplest equation you could not find on Wikipedia. and all you can do is give me a load of bull crap. when the answer is simply 1.414 phase angle 45* polar co-ordanance because the square root of two is 1.414. and as long as the imaginary number and the real number are equal, the phase angle is always 45 degrees.

How did you get 1.414 which is (2)^1/2?

for a phase angle of 45,

L45 = Pi/4 = 0.785.

For the real and imaginary number part:

A = x + jy or B = w + jz

So, A + B = x + jy + w + jz =(x + w)= j(y + z)

If you want to convert the polar form into the rectangular form:

These are the equations needed:

Z = x + jy = aLtheta

As for the sinsoidal part:

Vt = VmSin(wt + theta)

Now, you typed this:

what are the vector sum, and polar cordanance of v1 + vj1 = vt

What do you mean by polar cordanance? It should be polar-co-ordinates, not polar cordanance? Understand, retard.

The equations I typed above should be used for the calculations.

Now, using Vt = VmSin(wt + theta), we get for theta = 45 degree:

Vt = VmSin(wt + theta)

Vt = VmSin(wt + 45)volts = Vm/(2)^1/2 x L45 = Vm/1.41 x 0.785 = Vm x 0.556. If Vm is known, we calculate further.

Got it retard?

Give me the detailed calculations of the answer of 1.414 that you arrived at. I want to take a look at the way you arrived at the answer of 1.414 which is wrong. Dunce.

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