How does the author obtain the expression I is approximately equal to .059sin(wt)
In the beginning of the book, 30 pages back, the author stated that V was equal to Asin(wt) (if you ignore phase), why is V now equal to Acos(wt)?
More importantly though, How does I = V/Z bring in sin(wt) when V nor Z had sin in it? Is sin(wt) equal to j where there is a 90 degree phase shift only?
Thanks for any help. This is a real great site and hopefully I will get through Chapter 1 of this book. Which should be downhill from there (I think).
I also don't calculate .059. I get .029 at best assuming w=2*3.14*f