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Draw the phasor that represents the emf in the circuit () at the instant indicated.

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    picture below

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    where would you place the emf?

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    phasor?? whats that??

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    they're kind of like vectors. the hints say that the phasor would just be a vector addition of the two on the diagram already but I'm not sure about the orientation

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    nvm i figured it out. thanks though

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