Power
Voltage
Frequency
Amplitude
Frequency.
Magnitude.
Period.
Polarity.
A single pip.
A sine wave.
A square wave.
A sawtooth wave.
The same as the frequency in hertz.
Not related to the frequency in any way.
Equal to 1 divided by the frequency in hertz.
Equal to the peak amplitude in volts divided by the frequency in hertz.
0.006 Hz.
167.0 Hz.
7.000 kHz.
6.000 kHz.
6.28 cycles.
57.3 cycles.
1⁄60 of a cycle.
1⁄360 of a cycle.
18°
20°
36°
5.73°
1770 rad/s
11,120 rad/s
282 rad/s
Impossible to determine from the data given
An instantaneous rise and a defined decay.
A defined rise and an instantaneous decay.
A defined rise and a defined decay, and the two are equal.
An instantaneous rise and an instantaneous decay.
Has sawtooth waves that add together in phase.
Consists of three sine waves in different phases.
Is a sine wave with exactly three harmonics.
Is of interest only to physicists.
Has twice the amplitude of either input wave alone.
Has half the amplitude of either input wave alone.
Is complex, but has the same frequency as the originals.
Has zero amplitude (that is, it does not exist), because the two input waves cancel each other out.
Is a sine wave with an amplitude equal to the difference between the amplitudes of the two input waves.
Is a sine wave with an amplitude equal to the sum of the amplitudes of the two original waves.
Is not a sine wave, but has the same frequency as the two input waves.
Has zero amplitude (that is, it does not exist), because the two input waves cancel each other out.
+82.7 V.
+165 V.
+234 V.
+331 V
82.7 V.
165 V.
234 V.
331 V.
Half the peak amplitude.
The peak amplitude.
1.414 times the peak amplitude.
Twice the peak amplitude.
The strength of the magnet
The number of turns in the coil
The type of natural energy source used
The speed of rotation of the coil or magnet
Smooth dc at a constant voltage.
Pure ac with equal peak voltages.
Ac with one peak voltage greater than the other.
Fluctuating dc.
Ac is easier to transform from one voltage to another.
Ac is transmitted with lower loss in wires.
Ac can be easily obtained from dc generators.
Ac can be generated with less-dangerous by-products.