# (Solved): The reconstructed periodic signal in one figure window. At least two complete periods of the s ...

The reconstructed periodic signal in one figure window. At least two complete periods of the signal must be visible. In other words, plot the function $$f(t)$$ you found for Question 1. Label the horizontal and vertical axes with appropriate labels that include the quantity plotted and its units. - Plot 2-3 cvcles of the signal to accurately visualize the periodic nature of the signal for the audience. Example: The period of the signal will be $$T=1 / f_{0} . f_{0}$$ is the fundamental frequency, which is the frequency in $$\mathrm{Hz}$$ of the amplitude spike with the largest amplitude. To plot 2 cycles of the signal, set the endpoints of the time vector to be 0 and $$2 T$$. To make the curves look continuous, use a small increment for the time variable that is much smaller than the interval $$2 T$$. For instance, if $$f_{0}=100 \mathrm{~Hz}$$, then $$T=0.01$$ seconds, and a good choice for the time vector increment is $$T / 1000=0.00001 \mathrm{~s}$$. - Use the same time vector for the plots in (a) and (b) in Question 2. - Save MATLAB figures using either (1) File $$>$$ Save As $$>$$ pdf or jpg from the Menu bar at the top of the figure window or (2) the axes menu on the upper right of the axes. More info here: Save Plot as Image $$f(t)=1 V \sin (414.991 t)+0.33294 V \sin (1244.97 t)$$ $$+0.1993 V \sin (2074.95 t)+0.1418 V \sin (2904.93 t)$$ $$+0.1098 V \sin (3734.92 t)+0.0893 \sin (4564.9 t)$$

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