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So does anyone know what is meant by the term : V1 = Sqr2 ×415cos(100πt) V2 = Sqr2 ×415sin(100πt) in relation to the diagram attached. The full question is:

FIGURE 1 shows a 50 Ω load being fed from two voltage sources via

their associated reactances. Determine the current i flowing in the load by:

(a) applying Thévenin’s theorem

(b) applying the superposition theorem

(c) by transforming the two voltage sources and their associated

reactances into current sources (and thus form a pair of Norton

generators.

So does anyone know what is meant by the term : V1 = Sqr2 ×415cos(100πt) V2 = Sqr2 ×415sin(100πt) in relation to the diagram attached. The full question is:

FIGURE 1 shows a 50 Ω load being fed from two voltage sources via

their associated reactances. Determine the current i flowing in the load by:

(a) applying Thévenin’s theorem

(b) applying the superposition theorem

(c) by transforming the two voltage sources and their associated

reactances into current sources (and thus form a pair of Norton

generators.