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### HarmonicFunctionDrill

Course: PH 421, Fall 2008
School: Oregon State
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FUNCTIONS HARMONIC DRILL All quantities appearing in parentheses are real numbers. 1. Find expressions for a and b in terms of A and B : A sin(+B ) = a cos( + b) . 2. Find expressions for a and b in terms of A and B : (A) sin(+B ) = (a) sin() + (b) cos() . 3. Find expressions for a and b in terms of A and B : (A) cos(+B ) = (a) sin() + (b) cos() . 4. Find expressions for a and b in terms of A, B, C, and D : last...

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FUNCTIONS HARMONIC DRILL All quantities appearing in parentheses are real numbers. 1. Find expressions for a and b in terms of A and B : A sin(+B ) = a cos( + b) . 2. Find expressions for a and b in terms of A and B : (A) sin(+B ) = (a) sin() + (b) cos() . 3. Find expressions for a and b in terms of A and B : (A) cos(+B ) = (a) sin() + (b) cos() . 4. Find expressions for a and b in terms of A, B, C, and D : last update October 6, 2000 (A) sin(+B) + (C) sin(+D) = (a) sin(+b ) . 5. Find expressions for a and b in terms of A, B, C, and D : (A) cos(+B) + (C) cos(+D) = (a) cos(+b ) . 6. Find expressions for a, b, c, and d in terms A of and B : (A) sin() + (B) cos() = (a) sin(+b ) = (c) cos( + d) . 7. Find an expression for a in terms of A and B : (A) exp i(+B ) = a exp i() . 8. Find expressions for a and b in terms of A and B : (A) exp i() + (B) exp i() = a sin() + b cos() . 9. Find expressions for a and b in terms of A and B : (A) sin() + (B) cos() = a exp i() + b exp i() . 10. Find expressions for ...

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