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    Op-Amp Output Units With Oscillatory Input Voltage

    The 100 in sin(100t) has units of radians per second. When you multiply 100\ \text{rad/s} with t seconds, you get an angle in radians. Then you can take the sine of that. The sine of something that has units of seconds is meaningless. This is the reason why you should NEVER EVER EVER solve...