4.1. If the following input (Vin) and output (Vout) relationships exist for different measurement systems, indicate whether each is linear or nonlinear? a. Vout(t) = 5 Vin(t) b. Vout(t)/Vin(t) = 5t c. Vout(t) = Vin(t) + 5 d. Vout(t) = Vin(t) + Vin(t) e. Vout(t) = Vin(t) Vin(t) f. Vout(t) = Vin(t) + 10t g. Vout(t) = Vin(t) + sin(5)

4.1. If the following input (Vin) and output (Vout) relationships exist for different measurement
systems, indicate whether each is linear or nonlinear?
a. Vout(t) = 5 Vin(t)
b. Vout(t)/Vin(t) = 5t
c. Vout(t) = Vin(t) + 5
d. Vout(t) = Vin(t) + Vin(t)
e. Vout(t) = Vin(t) Vin(t)
f. Vout(t) = Vin(t) + 10t
g. Vout(t) = Vin(t) + sin(5)25 1 - 4.1. If the following input (Vin) and output (Vout) relationships exist for different measurement systems, indicate whether each is linear or nonlinear? a. Vout(t) = 5 Vin(t) b. Vout(t)/Vin(t) = 5t c. Vout(t) = Vin(t) + 5 d. Vout(t) = Vin(t) + Vin(t) e. Vout(t) = Vin(t) Vin(t) f. Vout(t) = Vin(t) + 10t g. Vout(t) = Vin(t) + sin(5)

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images - 4.1. If the following input (Vin) and output (Vout) relationships exist for different measurement systems, indicate whether each is linear or nonlinear? a. Vout(t) = 5 Vin(t) b. Vout(t)/Vin(t) = 5t c. Vout(t) = Vin(t) + 5 d. Vout(t) = Vin(t) + Vin(t) e. Vout(t) = Vin(t) Vin(t) f. Vout(t) = Vin(t) + 10t g. Vout(t) = Vin(t) + sin(5)

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