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If I have a current going from A to B with a phase of 0.78 (radians) at time t, and a current going from B to A with a phase of 0.78+Pi = 3.93 at the same time t, does this mean that the currents are going the same way?

Thanks in advance.

Sincerely,

Niles.

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# Phasors and AC-current

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