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“Legumes of the World Unite ” Since: Sep 11 6,967 Location hidden 
How Ayn Rand ruined my childhood
My dad saw objectivism as a logical philosophy to live by, but it tore my family apart http://www.salon.com/2011/04/05/my_father_the... 
Since: May 13 5,707 Location hidden 
Judged: 1 1 Here, this is what I typed: I said, j^5 =? So, what difference would it make had I typed it as 1 j^5 =? In either case the answer is the same. You got this answer 3.65 which is wrong: RABBEE TYPED: 1j 5. would be +3.65 Your answer is incorrect. The correct answer is worked out as follows: j^5 = 450 degree rotation = 5 pi/2^c = 2.5 pi ^c = 7.85^c Or, simply put, j^5 = j^4 x j =((1)^1/2)^4 x j =+1 x j = j 
Since: May 13 5,707 Location hidden 
Judged: 1 1 1 Retard, 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 polarcoordinates, 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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Hi Hugh. Yes, I want to feel your monstrous fatherly love for me. I am a bit unwell. Take care. 
Since: May 13 5,707 Location hidden 
Judged: 1 Buns? What're buns? 
Since: May 13 5,707 Location hidden 
Yes. 
Since: May 13 5,707 Location hidden 
Judged: 1 1 1 Retard, I want the full working to show how you arrived at an answer of 1.414 which is incorrect. Give the Math involved and then I'll tackle all your mistakes. I am waiting. I have worked out your approach and discovered all the errors.You just make statements without knowing what you're talking about. I will break down the question in small parts and point out all your mistakes. I am unwell but I will still teach you the Math. Ok, retard? LOL. 
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“Act Interdimensional ly” Since: Jan 08 6,523 Singapore  Home of Hot 
Judged: 1 Not spam, just an article about bad parenting. I have no doubt that many parents take their poorly understood belied system to unpleasant extremes on their children. For example, Joan Crawford, The Branch Davidians and the parents on 'Toddlers and Tiaras'. That being said, I'm pretty sure a lot more children have had their childhoods irreparably damaged by People magazine than by the collected works of Ayn Rand. 
rabbee: well you did not state a j in your alleged nonequasion. which would be 0.707 + 2.236 instead of both in the positive field... nor did you state, if they are xl, xc, r, v, i or pi. your equation, lacked both precision and accuracy. leaving the assumption that both parameters as the same. so you don't even know how to write the equation. 

Judged: 1 1 1 rabbee: the apparent voltage of two out of phase voltages. with an apparent voltage summation of 2, so the actual summation voltage is the square root of 2. as 0.707 + 0.707 = 1.414. and any one with actual experience in electronics would recognize this simple problem, for the half power point of 45 degrees phase angle for two voltages. man you do not even need a slide rule or calculator, for this simple of a two phase problem. which means you lack experience, in electronics. with 45 degrees, always equal to 0.707 of any given value. maybe the simplicity, of the problem fooled you. you probably don't even know, where most of the power is found in a modulated carrier signal. how about an even simpler problem, 1i x 1v = xwatts? 

Since: May 13 5,707 Location hidden 
Judged: 1 1 1 Retard, That was your question, not mine. I simply asked you j^5 =? Here, too, you gave the wrong answer. Next, you asked about this: V1 + Vj = Vt and you arbitrarily arrived at an answer of theta = 45 provided real part = imaginary part. This is wrong. BTW, did you mean V1 + Vj = Vt? Yes, this is it. For solving the resultant vector use paralleogram law of vector addition. For any regular llgm ABDC with AB as base. Draw DE Ir to base AB such A – B – E LDBE = theta, LDAB = alpha Now,(AD)^2 =(AB + BE)^2 +(DE)^2 =(a +bcostheta)^2 +(bsintheta)^2 So, AD =(a^2 + b^2 + 2abcostheta)^1/2 Tan alpha = DE/AE = bsintheta/a = bcostheta So, taking components: horizontal component = V2sinwt vertical component = V1sin(wt + phi) ..... Now, Z = ALtheta (polar form) Z = x = jy (rect form) A =(x^2 + y^2)^1/2, theta = tan^1(y/x) ........ If x = y, theta should work out 45 as the retard said. Let's check: Z =(x^2 + y^2)^1/2 Ltheta =(2x^2)^1/2 Ltheta = x .(2)^1/2 Ltheta Ltheta = Z/x.(2)^1/2, theta = tan^1(Z/x.(2)^1/2) .......... Another approach (rect to polar) to get theta = 45, if x = y: Z = ALtheta x + jy = ALtheta x(1 +j)=(x^2 + y^2)^1/2Ltheta So, Ltheta = x(1 +j)/(x^2 + y^2)^1/2 theta = tan^1 (x(1 +j)/(x^2 + y^2)^1/2) So, in both cases there's no sign of theta = 45. LOL. 
Since: May 13 5,707 Location hidden 
Judged: 1 1 1 1i x 1v = 1 ampvolt (watt). Now, can you mathematically prove that 1 watt = 1 kgm^2/s^3? Show all the working steps, retard. (smiles) 
Since: May 13 5,707 Location hidden 
Judged: 1 1 1 Look here, dunce. How did you arrive at all those arbitrary values? Show the equations and then I'll calculate. Your original question was this: If x = y then theta = 45 which as I have worked out using 2 approaches  polar form and rect to polar form  in a previous post does not show up. So, you're wrong. Remember,(2)^1/2 converts the maximum amplitude (Am) into an effective or RMS value with the phase angle given in radians, w For phase value of a sinusoidal wave, you'll have to use this eqn: At = Am sin(wt + phi) or in complex form: Vt = Vm sin(wt + theta) Example, Let A = 20, theta = 45 So, Vt = 20 sin(wt + 45) Vt = 20. L45/(2)^1/2 = 20 x 1/1.41 = 14.18 V and not what you have said. This is part of electrical engineering. 
Since: May 13 5,707 Location hidden 
I am going out for some time. Later. Bye.

Judged: 1 1 1 rabbee: are you trying to baffle everyone with a line of bs? for the simplest of equations, involving the square root number 1+1. and can't even calculate, what the square root of 2 is. when the phase angle of 45degrees is always going to be the square root of the total of the two numbers. 

Judged: 1 rabbee: no i have already entertained you, with too much of your aside constant diversionary vain bs. which is no longer, my area of interest. just to let you know, i do recognize defilade when i see it. camouflage only used, to avoid detection. but is always visible, to the inferadam colorrado spectrum. 

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Since: May 13 5,707 Location hidden 
Hugh,
Can you cure yourself of this socalled disease called homosexuality? Outline the steps of the "cure" involved. (smiles) 
Judged: 1 rabbee: and don't forget to get, a sheet of graph paper. so you can draw, the vector for +1x ++1y. 

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