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Current (y-axis) against time (x-axis) graph -- help please

  1. Nov 30, 2014 #1
    Please, can someone give me some help?

    The question is:

    Draw a graph of current (y-axis) against time (x-axis) to illustrate exactly what is meant by an alternating current of 50 Hz and peak value 12 V?

    My attempt:


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  3. Nov 30, 2014 #2
    I really have no idea how to do it, literally, my teacher haven't taught us that yer.... I beg for help please ....
     
  4. Nov 30, 2014 #3

    Ray Vickson

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    Look for help on-line. Google 'plotting graphs', or something similar. Alternatively, consult your textbook, if you have one.

    The point is that trying to explain how to plot graphs in a PF message is impractical; all the explanations and details have already been written up by others, and the explanations are readily available.
     
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  5. Nov 30, 2014 #4

    SteamKing

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    Are you sure you have the correct assignment? Your OP mentions plotting current against time, and then you mention an alternating current of 50 Hz with a peak value of 12 V. Volts are not used to measure current, which is supposed to be measured in units of amperes.
     
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