Question Solved1 Answer 1- The output from a first order temperature system indicates a steady, time-varying signal having an amplitude which varies between 50 and 70 C with a single frequency of 20 Hz. Express the output signal as a waveform equation, y(t). If the dynamic error is to be less than 1%, what must the system time constant be?

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Transcribed Image Text: 1- The output from a first order temperature system indicates a steady, time-varying signal having an amplitude which varies between 50 and 70 C with a single frequency of 20 Hz. Express the output signal as a waveform equation, y(t). If the dynamic error is to be less than 1%, what must the system time constant be?
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Transcribed Image Text: 1- The output from a first order temperature system indicates a steady, time-varying signal having an amplitude which varies between 50 and 70 C with a single frequency of 20 Hz. Express the output signal as a waveform equation, y(t). If the dynamic error is to be less than 1%, what must the system time constant be?
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(1)ANSWER:-Given that:The output from a firstorder temperature system indicates a stcady, time varying signal.It amplitude varies between 50 and 700^(@). single fresuency =20Hz.{:[" For output "y(t)=>y(t)=Y_("max ")cos(10 t)],[omega=2pi ... See the full answer