I tried using v=vmsin(omegat)hi S,
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HOW did you try using it? Show your best attempt.I tried using v=vmsin(omegat)
But I don't get it
Sorry I didn't get it. Can you please solve my question in a paperif you are an electrical engineer your AC is RMS . . . if you are a physicist your AC is peak amplitude . . . considering how the question is asked you likely are an EE
No, we cannot solve your question in a paper. This is YOUR homework and this is NOT the Homework Done For You forum.Sorry I didn't get it. Can you please solve my question in a paper
Some hints:A sinusoidal voltage has a value of 80 V at 2.4 ms and it takes time of 20 ms to complete one cycle. Determine the maximum value and time to reach it for the first time after zero
there's nothing told about the phase shift in the task description - if one is involved - you can't find anythingVm*sin(2*pi*f*t)
That was my first thought when I saw the OP. The TS may be expected to assume that it is a sine (as opposed to a cosine) wave with zero phase shift).there's nothing told about the phase shift in the task description - if one is involved - you can't find anything
shame , that today's computerized education leaves the kids impression that all must(/can) be done fast . . . even learning the new stuff . . . no any persistence . . .TS has gone elsewhere to find someone to do their homework for them.
Hi,there's nothing told about the phase shift in the task description - if one is involved - you can't find anything
as in fact - i never considered such as option - that until you proposed itcommon sense
Hi,as in fact - i never considered such as option - that until you proposed it
i was thinking they thought the 80V is the amplitude value at 2.4ms and they ask for RMS of it . . . funny
The explicitly asked for the maximum value, not the RMS value.as in fact - i never considered such as option - that until you proposed it
i was thinking they thought the 80V is the amplitude value at 2.4ms and they ask for RMS of it . . . funny