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AC circuit mathematics

Flyback

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Hi,
[EDIT.....SOLVED...WAS A TYPING ERROR IN THE CALCS..MY apologies]
I used complex numbers to find the voltage at v2.
The magnitude comes out right but not the phase.
I set the source as the reference phasor = 115[zero degrees]
I did the complex mathematic, and did phasor math on it as attached.
Do you know where I may have gone wrong?

jpeg, LTspice and excel as attached.
 

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There is something wrong because you do not have a simulation command in your ".asc" file. I do not know how you are doing what you are claiming you are doing. Please enlighten me, por favor!
 

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