What is alternative voltage?

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Alternating voltage is the E.M.F. and is one whose magnitude whose magnitude changes with time and direction reverses periodically.
The instantaneous value is given by
E=Eo sin w t, where,E=value of alternating voltage at time t
Eo = maximum value of alternating voltage(amplitude)
w=angular frequency of supply.
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