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### Description

Phase is the position of a point in time (an instant) on a waveform cycle. A complete cycle is defined as the interval required for the waveform to return to its arbitrary initial value. The graph to the right shows how one cycle constitutes 360° of phase.

phase difference equal to zero also called in phase. notice point A and I are moving up and down the wave where their projected position on the circle form 0 degree difference, thus called in phase. |

phase difference equal to 180 degrees also called antiphase. notice point A and E are moving up and down the wave where their projected position on the circle form 180 degree difference, thus called antiphase. Note that out of phase is implied but insufficient to describe the relation as out of phase can also mean angles from 1 to 179 degrees. |

phase difference equal to 180 degrees also called antiphase. notice point B and F are moving up and down the wave where their projected position on the circle form 180 degree difference, thus called antiphase. Note that out of phase is implied but insufficient to describe the relation as out of phase can also mean angles from 1 to 179 degrees. |

phase difference equal to 180 degrees also called antiphase. notice point D and H are moving up and down the wave where their projected position on the circle form 180 degree difference, thus called antiphase. Note that out of phase is implied but insufficient to describe the relation as out of phase can also mean angles from 1 to 179 degrees. |

phase difference equal to 180 degrees also called antiphase. notice point E and I are moving up and down the wave where their projected position on the circle form 180 degree difference, thus called antiphase. Note that out of phase is implied but insufficient to describe the relation as out of phase can also mean angles from 1 to 179 degrees. |

phase difference equal to 180 degrees also called antiphase. notice point E and I are moving up and down the wave where their projected position on the circle form 180 degree difference, thus called antiphase. Note that out of phase is implied but insufficient to describe the relation as out of phase can also mean angles from 1 to 179 degrees. |

phase difference equal to 180 degrees also called antiphase. notice point C and G are moving up and down the wave where their projected position on the circle form 180 degree difference, thus called antiphase. Note that out of phase is implied but insufficient to describe the relation as out of phase can also mean angles from 1 to 179 degrees. |

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