I think I should make sure I have this right so I don't screw up the rest of my homework. Here's what I've got,

So, am I right or where did I go wrong. I think it's whether or not I signed that right. Thanks for the help, Jarod.

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- February 3rd 2014, 02:04 PMJarod_Ci operator help
I think I should make sure I have this right so I don't screw up the rest of my homework. Here's what I've got,

So, am I right or where did I go wrong. I think it's whether or not I signed that right. Thanks for the help, Jarod. - February 3rd 2014, 02:13 PMPlatoRe: i operator help
- February 3rd 2014, 02:51 PMJarod_CRe: i operator help
Sorry I should have clarified that. This is for the use of electronics. Since "i" is used to represent current we use j instead. Also means or Sorry for the confusion.

- February 3rd 2014, 03:11 PMPlatoRe: i operator help
- February 3rd 2014, 03:24 PMJarod_CRe: i operator help
Thanks, as usual the help here is always fast and courteous.

- February 3rd 2014, 03:29 PMJarod_CRe: i operator help
Quick question, why does this result in instead of ? That's how I figured my answer of -21 because

One more thing, do I need to make a to thread for a new problem? I thought I read that somewhere once.