Inverting amplifier and sinunsoidal math

Homework Statement

I have an inverting amplifier with v(in)=0.001sin(2000πt) and v(out)=-5sin(2000πt + 25)

Homework Equations

what is the input amplitude and at what degree?
what is the output amplitude and at what degree?
what is the voltage gain and at what degree?

The Attempt at a Solution

I am not really sure about a solution because my sinusoidal math are not very good ,so if anyone can help please do.
Also i searched google about sinusoidal math and i can't really find something that can help me solve this exersice,so i would apprisiate it if you also post some links that can help.

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Homework Statement

I have an inverting amplifier with v(in)=0.001sin(2000πt) and v(out)=-5sin(2000πt + 25)

Homework Equations

what is the input amplitude and at what degree?
what is the output amplitude and at what degree?
what is the voltage gain and at what degree?

The Attempt at a Solution

I am not really sure about a solution because my sinusoidal math are not very good ,so if anyone can help please do.
Also i searched google about sinusoidal math and i can't really find something that can help me solve this exersice,so i would apprisiate it if you also post some links that can help.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sin( [Broken])

The general form of the function that fits your problem is:

$$v(t) = A sin(\omega t + \phi)$$

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Ok thanks i think i understood the exercise