33. In adding these with the phasor method (as opposed to, say, trig identities), we may set t= 0 (see Sample Problem 35-4) and add them as vectors: yyhv=°+°+−°=+°+−°=10 015 305045 2651045 40coscos. cos.sin. sin.bgso that
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