Why in capacitence only circuit we use Sin(wt +pi/2) and not Sin(pi/2 -wt) ?

Asked by Sumit Joshi | 21st Sep, 2013, 07:23: PM

Expert Answer:

The current in inductor only circuit is given as
Now, we know that
?
Thus, we get
 
 
Now, in a capacitor only circuit,
Now, we know that
Thus, we get

Answered by Romal Bhansali | 23rd Sep, 2013, 12:18: PM

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