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I have the following function,

[tex]f(t) = 2048 + 700cos(31.25*2\pi t) - 1100sin(125*2 \pi t)[/tex]

and I need to find 48 data points spread evenly between one peroid of the waveform.

How would I go about doing this?

2. Relevant equations

3. The attempt at a solution

I know how to solve the individual peroid of each of the sinusoids,

[tex]T_{cos} = \frac{1}{f_{cos}} = \frac{1}{31.25}[/tex]

[tex]T_{sin} = \frac{1}{f_{sin}} = \frac{1}{125}[/tex]

But I can't figure the resulting peroid of two added together. Any ideas?

Also, I don't know how to collect 48 evenly spaced data points within the peroid once I find it. How would I go about achieveing such a task?

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# Homework Help: Peroid of a summation of sinusoids

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