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Solving this partial fraction - phasors

  1. Feb 9, 2009 #1
    I'm having some difficulty Solving this partial fraction:

    (3.84e7)/(s(s^2+6.4e4s+1.6e9))= (3.84e7)/(s(s-3.2e4+j2.4e4)(s-3.2e4-j2.4e4)

    how do u find the angle?
    I know the equation but I don't know how to find the B with it conjugate.
    eq: 2B/_theta

    but I don't know how to find theta and the B. Please can u help me
     
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  3. Feb 10, 2009 #2

    Tom Mattson

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    Re: phasor

    You've got to show us how you started and where you got stuck, then we'll help you.
     
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