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Electric RLC circuit question

EngIntoHW

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Hi,
Could you please explain section (b) of the question?
I do not understand it.

I apologise for the bad quality of the image.

Thank you.
 

Ratchit

Well-Known Member
The problem asks you to draw phasor diagrams of the specified voltages and currents using the indicated scales. Of course, you have to calculate each the voltages and currents first.

Ratch
 

Ratchit

Well-Known Member
"in" is an abbreviation for Inches. 12 inches = 1 foot. It is part an archaic system of measurement used commercially in the US and elsewhere. One inch = 2.54 centimeters . Why not use any scale that is convenient and easy to read?

Ratch
 
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JimB

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Most Helpful Member
Can I make a few suggestions here,

I just didn't get what those scales are.
50V to 1 in
25A to 1 in

What does ^in^ mean?
If that was the problem, why did you not say that in your initial post?
Rather than the blanket statement:

Could you please explain section (b) of the question?
I do not understand it.
Which could mean that you do not know how to draw a phasor diagram.

Also, your profile shows you as being in the USA.
I guess that most people in the USA would know that "in" was an abbreviation of "inch".
As a moderator, I can see your IP address which put you in Europe.
Non-Brits would likely not know what "in" is.

JimB
 

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