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The voltage output V in a circuit (measured in Volts) due to an alternating

current source can be modeled by a periodic function. Suppose this is a function of the form: V(t)=10-4sin(2pi(t)) where t is measured in milliseconds (ms).
a) Determine the minimum and maximum voltage, and the average voltage of the circuit.
b) How often does the voltage cycle repeat?
c) Draw a clearly labeled graph of the function over one full period. Using the "rule of four" so that the x axis scale allows the relevant features (min, max, and average) of the graph can be easily read. Axes values should be exact numbers, not decimals


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