# Question = A sawtooth signal u has the form u(t) = at/T for 0 <t<T, and is T-periodic (i.e., repeats every T seconds). The constant a is called the amplitude of the signal, and the constant T (which is positive) is called the period of the signal. You can assume that a > 0. a a (a) Find the peak value of a sawtooth signal. (b) Find the RMS (root-mean-square) value of a sawtooth signal. (c) Find the AA (average-absolute) value of a sawtooth signal. (d) In the space below, sketch the derivative of a sawtooth signal. Be sure to label all axes, slopes, magnitudes of any impulses, etc. PVJ9K1 The Asker · Electrical Engineering Transcribed Image Text: = A sawtooth signal u has the form u(t) = at/T for 0 0. a a (a) Find the peak value of a sawtooth signal. (b) Find the RMS (root-mean-square) value of a sawtooth signal. (c) Find the AA (average-absolute) value of a sawtooth signal. (d) In the space below, sketch the derivative of a sawtooth signal. Be sure to label all axes, slopes, magnitudes of any impulses, etc.
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Transcribed Image Text: = A sawtooth signal u has the form u(t) = at/T for 0 0. a a (a) Find the peak value of a sawtooth signal. (b) Find the RMS (root-mean-square) value of a sawtooth signal. (c) Find the AA (average-absolute) value of a sawtooth signal. (d) In the space below, sketch the derivative of a sawtooth signal. Be sure to label all axes, slopes, magnitudes of any impulses, etc. 