Ok so i just want to clear up something about phasors and just circuit input functions in general. So based on the imaginary and real graph, where imaginary is like the y axis and the real is the x axis, when lets say a circuit falls on the imaginary axis is it considered a stable circuit? Do these exist in real life ? If it falls on the right side of the imaginary axis i know this means there very unstable , and that they rarely exist and the circuits operates to bring them back to the left side of the imaginary axis to make them stable again.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Please tell me if me if my thinking is right, and that part about the imaginary axis, if there is solution right on it

Thanks

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