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In physics a Phasor describes the phase of a particle in a simple harmonic motion or a wave motion.

In electronics a Phasor is a quantity with magnitude and phase (which is measured with respect to a fixed reference) usually represented as a complex number.

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Phasors (196 words)
The phasor representation of the sum of sinusoidal functions is the sum of phasors representing individual sinusoidals.
V is the phasor representing the derivative of the sinusoidal function.
The phasor representation of the derivative of a sinusoidal is j
Phasors and Waves (167 words)
A phasor is a line on a complex plane that represents a wave at the location x = 0.
The initial angle of the phasor is the phase constant.
The phasor rotates clockwise with the frequency of the wave.
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