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The reconstructed periodic signal in one figure window. At least two complete periods of the signal must be visible. In other

\( f(t)=1 V \sin (414.991 t)+0.33294 V \sin (1244.97 t) \)
\( +0.1993 V \sin (2074.95 t)+0.1418 V \sin (2904.93 t) \)
\( +0.1

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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