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I understand what phase and time-delay are, but can they be converted from one to the other?

For example is the working out below correct?:

Sin(2[itex]π[/itex]Bt + [itex]\frac{π}{2}[/itex]) = Sin(2[itex]π[/itex]B(t + [itex]\frac{1}{4B}[/itex]))

So basically a time delay of (t + [itex]\frac{1}{4B}[/itex]) = a phase of [itex]\frac{π}{2}[/itex] ?

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# Difference Between Phase and Time-Delay

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