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### N261H6

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261 EGR Signals &amp; Systems File: N261H6 Due date: _______________ Homework Assignment #6 Reading Assignment: Chapter 16 in Electric Circuits, 8th Edition by Nilsson Problem Assignment: 1) Work the following Ch. 16 problems: 1, 2 (a and c only), 10, 14(a-d only), 18, 27, 29, 33 2) Graph the Fourier series for the waveform of below using Excel, MathCAD, or MatLab. Note that the Fourier series has already...

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261 EGR Signals & Systems File: N261H6 Due date: _______________ Homework Assignment #6 Reading Assignment: Chapter 16 in Electric Circuits, 8th Edition by Nilsson Problem Assignment: 1) Work the following Ch. 16 problems: 1, 2 (a and c only), 10, 14(a-d only), 18, 27, 29, 33 2) Graph the Fourier series for the waveform of below using Excel, MathCAD, or MatLab. Note that the Fourier series has already been provided below. In particular, form 5 graphs: DC only DC + 1st harmonic DC + 1st through 2nd harmonics + DC 1st through 3rd harmonics DC + 1st through 4th harmonics v(t) = 25 + 200 1 n n sin 4 n =1 cos(nw o t ) V Selected Answers: 16.14) a) b) c) d) See sketch below Even since f(t) = f(-t) Yes, since f(t) = -f(T/2 t) in the interval 0 < t < 4 av = 0, bk = 0 for all k (function is even), ...

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