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how the phase difference between current and voltage effects in the circuit??

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is this a general question?
There is "phase factor" which signifies loss of energy that is streamed back to the poer source. The closer the phase difference to 90 degrees the more energy is lost back to the power source
@Mikael : loss of energy takes place right? do you know its mathematical reprsntn of phase factor?

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Hey @kashyapbharat48 i realize you got an answer so That's it. - Right ? "Nothing else" that you need to do, is there ?...... May be that is the way you thank people always ?
first one is the best one thanks @Mikael
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