Say for example you have a Input Voltage in a circuit that is equal to Vin = 4cost + 5sin2t. Clearly, the input is operating on two different frequencies, namely w=1 and w=2. I am trying to find the Output Voltage across an arbitrary resistor in the circuit. The circuit consists of resistors and a capacitor, so its quite plain and standard.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

My question is, how do you solve for the output given the above input, considering the different frequencies? My intuitions tells me to solve using Vin=4cost first and get the Vout, then solve using Vin=5sin2t and get another value for Vout, and the actual Vout will be the sum of the two. Is that correct?

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# Two Frequency Input Solving for Output

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