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Discussion Forum : Alternating Current and Voltage - General Questions (Q.No. 3)
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What is the peak-to-peak voltage of the waveform in the given circuit?

2 V
4 V
6 V
8 V
Answer: Option
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Discussion:
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Sundar said:   1 decade ago
@All

In the given Sine wave,

Highest Peak voltage value = 10v.
Lowest Peak voltage value = 2v.
Therefore, Peak-to-peak = 10 - 2 = 8 volts.

Another values:

Highest Peak voltage value = 10v.
Lowest Peak voltage value = -5v.
Therefore, Peak-to-peak = 10 - (-5) = 15 volts.


Highest Peak voltage value = -10v.
Lowest Peak voltage value = -2v.
Therefore, Peak-to-peak = (-10) - (-2) = -10 + 2 = -8 = 8 volts.

Hope you understand. Have a nice day!

Aoun said:   1 decade ago
The choke works in conjunction with a starter. When you turn on the light, voltage is applied to the choke, and when the switch opens after a few seconds, it creates a high voltage across the contacts at each end of the tube. This starts the ionization of the gas, which glows. Once ionized, it continues producing light even when the voltage applied is only 120 VAC, the power line voltage.

Sanjeev said:   5 years ago
Peak-to-peak (pk-pk) is the difference between the maximum positive and the maximum negative amplitudes of a waveform, as shown below. For an AC sine wave with no DC component, the peak-to-peak amplitude is equal to approximately 2. 828 times the root-mean-square amplitude.

Prince tetteh said:   9 years ago
I guess from my own understanding, peak-to-peak voltage is the difference between the maximum voltage level and the minimum voltage level.

From the question, the maximum voltage level is 10 V and the minimum voltage level is 2 V. Hence the peak-to-peak voltage is 10-2=8 V.

Muhammad Kamran said:   2 years ago
Peak-to-peak value is the maximum voltage change occurring during one cycle of alternating voltage or current. The peak-to-peak value of an AC voltage is defined as the difference between its positive peak and its negative peak.

Power Serge said:   7 years ago
The zero line is 6V.
From 6V to 10V is 4V difference. From 6V to 2V is 4V difference.
So, if we add 2 differences, 4+4=8V.

Dorah said:   7 years ago
The maximum peak value ie 10v minus least peak value ie 2v. So, the answer is 8v.

Obaid said:   8 years ago
What is the peak to peak value for 120 V ac? Can you please explain in detail?

Rajeevkumar said:   1 decade ago
Sir, I want to know the reason to that question please give reply me.

Randeep Singh said:   1 decade ago
I want to get the answer of this question please explain.


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