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Alternating Current and Voltage
Sine wave A has a positive-going zero crossing at 45°. Sine wave B has a positive-going zero crossing at 60°. Which of the following statements is true?
Wave A lags wave B by 15°.
Wave A lags wave B by 105°.
Wave A leads wave B by 15°.
Wave A leads wave B by 105°.
Wave A lags wave B by 15°.
Wave A lags wave B by 105°.
Wave A leads wave B by 15°.
Wave A leads wave B by 105°.
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