I HAVE HAD THIS THROWN, KICKED AND EVEN SPAT AT ME BUT DOES NOT SEEM TO GO IN.... ∏ (pi) if I have an equation 2∏t does this mean 2 of that number or 2 halves? so confused....
It usually means two times pi times t 2 x ∏ x t where ∏ = 3.141592653589793 Give us the context so we can better help you.
Nice. Usually T refers to the period of a repetitive signal and t is a time variable. Hence t/T x 2∏ refers to the phase angle at time t where the phase angle is calculated in radians. (There are 2∏ radians in 360 degrees or one period.)
No. ∏ has a value 3.141592654589793 You have to multiply 100/50 by 3.141592654589793 50/50 x 2 x pi = 2 ∏ radians = 360 degrees
So then, t= 0.002 Seconds, T(Tau)= 1.6 Seconds, T = 50 milliseconds and the equation is : y(t)=e-t/t(tau)sin(2∏t/T) It would be written as: e-0.002/1.6sin(2x50/∏)?
Yes, it looks alright, the t is in seconds, the tau is in seconds. So you have: e to the power of -t/Tau I think you can round it up to 1 or just keep 0.998 or 0.99
Notice that you have y(t)=e-t/t(tau)sin(2∏t/T) This is very ill-formed. Strictly speaking, what you have written is What I'm pretty sure you meant to write is which, in text, would be written as y(t) = e^(- t/tau ) * sin(2∏t/T)