AbbreviatedPhaseAns

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The following figure shows wave A (solid line), and wave B (dotted line).
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1. What is the starting phase of wave A? 270 ° 2. What is the starting phase of wave B? 0 ° 3. What is the instantaneous phase of wave A at time 0.25 s? 90 ° 4. What is the instantaneous phase of wave B at time 0.25 s? 180 °
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0 ° 90 ° 180 ° 270 ° Use the circle to verify your answers
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Unformatted text preview: The following figure shows wave A (solid line), and wave B (dotted line). 1. What is the starting phase of wave A? 0° 2. What is the starting phase of wave B? 90° 3. What is the instantaneous phase of wave A at time 0.005 s? 0° 4. What is the instantaneous phase of wave B at time 0.005 s? 270°...
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This note was uploaded on 08/23/2011 for the course SPA 3032 taught by Professor Gerhardt during the Fall '08 term at University of Florida.

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