Sine Waves - Amplitude, Phase and Frequency

Lots to play with here, just to make sure that you understand amplitude, frequency and phase.  Especially important to note that phase is a RELATIVE parameter and the phase (here) of B is defined with respect to A. Check your understanding of this by setting both frequencies and amplitudes to be the same, with a phase difference on B of zero.  A and B will overlap. Now increase the phase of B and you will see the peaks in B moving to the LEFT ... ie they occur sooner. This is a POSITIVE phase shift with respect to A. Now try a negative shift in phase.  What happens? Are the peaks in B occuring later, as they should be?

Sine Waves - Amplitude, Phase and Frequency
Sine Waves - Amplitude, Phase and Frequency