$\overline{)\begin{array}{rcl}{\mathbf{V}}_{\mathbf{rms}}& {\mathbf{=}}& \frac{{\mathbf{V}}_{\mathbf{max}}}{\sqrt{\mathbf{2}}}\end{array}}$

$\overline{)\begin{array}{rcl}{\mathbf{f}}& {\mathbf{=}}& \frac{\mathbf{1}}{\mathbf{T}}\end{array}}$

$\overline{)\begin{array}{rcl}{\mathbf{\omega}}& {\mathbf{=}}& \mathbf{2}\mathbf{\pi f}\end{array}}$

**Part A**

V_{max} corresponds to maximum amplitude of the wave.

Part A

What is the maximum voltage *V*_{max} of the source?

Part B

What is the average voltage *V*_{avg} of the source?

Part C

What is the root-mean-square voltage *V*_{rms} of the source? Express your answer to three significant figures.

Part D

What is the period *T* of the source? Express your answer in seconds to two significant figures.

Part E

What is the frequency *f* of the source? Express your answer in hertz to three significant figures.

Part F

What is the angular frequency, f, of the source? Express your answer in radians per second to three significant figures.

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