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I can't really send it back it's a question in a final year exam. Someone helped me out by sayingThe question is ambiguous.
The definition of rms voltage is the DC voltage that produces the same power.
Is it 20VDC (rms) or 20VAC (rms)? Send it back to your instructor.
Someone I had asked on another forum solved it as a half wave rectified. I do not know what wave form it is, it does not say. But since it is rms I assume sine wave? I am new to electronics this is a first year exam.Assuming it's a sinewave (and you would need to state that in your answer) why would you go with 18.6 if you think it's half-wave rectified?
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