Lec30 - Lecture 30 figures 2 Fig. 30-4: Complex numbers can...

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Lecture 30 figures 1 Fig. 30-1: A series RL network driven by a sinusoidal voltage source. Find i(t). Fig. 30-2: The voltage v S (t) and the solution for v R (t) and v L (t) for the series RL network of Fig. 30-1. Fig. 30-3: The complex plane showing z = x + jy. The complex conjugate of z is x – jy, formed by changing j to –j.
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Unformatted text preview: Lecture 30 figures 2 Fig. 30-4: Complex numbers can be represented in terms of their real and imaginary parts, z = x + jy, as well as in terms of magnitude and phase z = |z| e j . Fig. 30-5: The same series RL network shown in Fig. 30-1, but now driven by a complex voltage source. Find i(t)....
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