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What is the approximate instantaneous voltage at 37 degrees on a 169 Vp sine wave?

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169sin(37*) = 101.7067389 (round to 101.7)

*=degrees (function found on TI Calculators under "Angle") you can not do like that generally VpSIN(Wt

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