Given the sinusoids v1(t)=8\cos (100t−54^{\circ})V and v2(t)=8\cos (100t−102^{\circ})V, determine the time by which v2(t) is advanced

sodni3 2021-10-09 Answered

Given the sinusoids \(v_1(t)=8\cos (100t−54^{\circ})V\) and \(v_2(t)=8\cos (100t−102^{\circ})V\), determine the time by which \(v_2(t)\) is advanced or delayed with respect to \(v_1(t)\).

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\(v_{2}\) is delayed with respect to \(v_{1}\) by 8.3773 ms.

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