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    Half wave rectifier circuit

    I figured it out, I had to assume that I was looking at a straight line between t=0 and t=T. Then formulate a y=mx+b for the line. That was my Vout I was looking for.
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    Half wave rectifier circuit

    1. Homework Statement Using the approximate triangular output shown and Vdc previously calculated, use the expression Vout=Vdc + Vac to solve for Vac. Find an expression for Vac that is valid from t=0 to t=T. Your expression should be in terms of Vp,R,C,T and t. The circuit is a half...
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