Posted by **Anonymous** on Monday, April 27, 2009 at 6:16pm.

the voltage, v, in volts, applied to an electric circuit can be modelled by the equation v=167sin(120pi)(t), where t is the time, in seconds. A component in the circuit can safely withstand a voltage of more than 120 V for 0.01 sec or less.

a) determine the length of the time that the voltage is greater than 120 V on each half-cycle.

b)is it safe to use this component in this circuit? justify your answer.

can you please explain to me clearly how I to do this q

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