Find the Phase Angle Help

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Hi , there is a circuit with AC voltage with a resistor followed by a capacitor in series, and at frequency 1760 Hz I need to know phase angle, the peak to peak separations for the voltage source to the voltage across the capacitor is 15 ms...how do I find the phase angle?

I already found it theoretically using arctan (wRC), but I'm not sure how to do it practically.

Thanks.
 
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anyone?
 
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Compare the 15 ms to the time for a full oscillation period.

If the 15 ms were one-half of a period, then the phase angle is 180°.
If it's a quarter of a period, the phase s 90°.
Etc.
 

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