The circuit shown below has a triangle wave voltage source with V_peak=2 V, V_minimum=0 V and period T=3 mS series connected to resistor R_2=100 Ohm. Fig 1: Schematic of a triangle voltage source and series resistor. Fig 2: Waveform template for triangle wave with V_peak=2 V, V_minimum =0 V, and period T=3 mS. V_rms of V_1 is The average power dissipated by R2 is The relative tolerance for this problem is 10 %.

39 5 - The circuit shown below has a triangle wave voltage source with V_peak=2 V, V_minimum=0 V and period T=3 mS series connected to resistor R_2=100 Ohm. Fig 1: Schematic of a triangle voltage source and series resistor. Fig 2: Waveform template for triangle wave with V_peak=2 V, V_minimum =0 V, and period T=3 mS. V_rms of V_1 is The average power dissipated by R2 is The relative tolerance for this problem is 10 %.

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images - The circuit shown below has a triangle wave voltage source with V_peak=2 V, V_minimum=0 V and period T=3 mS series connected to resistor R_2=100 Ohm. Fig 1: Schematic of a triangle voltage source and series resistor. Fig 2: Waveform template for triangle wave with V_peak=2 V, V_minimum =0 V, and period T=3 mS. V_rms of V_1 is The average power dissipated by R2 is The relative tolerance for this problem is 10 %.

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