Can someone help me with this question. I dont really understand Trigonometric identities.

How do I develop an alternative expression for Vo = Vc +[(Vc *Va/8] using Trigonometric identities to show that the output from the multiplier circuit comprises frequency components at 230kHz, 250kHz and 270kHz.

When:

Vc =8cos(2𝜋×250000×t)

Va=5cos(2𝜋×20000×t)

How do I develop an alternative expression for Vo = Vc +[(Vc *Va/8] using Trigonometric identities to show that the output from the multiplier circuit comprises frequency components at 230kHz, 250kHz and 270kHz.

When:

Vc =8cos(2𝜋×250000×t)

Va=5cos(2𝜋×20000×t)

Original post by weeliam9

Can someone help me with this question. I dont really understand Trigonometric identities.

How do I develop an alternative expression for Vo = Vc +[(Vc *Va/8] using Trigonometric identities to show that the output from the multiplier circuit comprises frequency components at 230kHz, 250kHz and 270kHz.

When:

Vc =8cos(2𝜋×250000×t)

Va=5cos(2𝜋×20000×t)

How do I develop an alternative expression for Vo = Vc +[(Vc *Va/8] using Trigonometric identities to show that the output from the multiplier circuit comprises frequency components at 230kHz, 250kHz and 270kHz.

When:

Vc =8cos(2𝜋×250000×t)

Va=5cos(2𝜋×20000×t)

I don't know what trig identities you are given for HNC exams, but at A level the relevant identities are:

cos(A + B) = cosAcosB - sinAsinB

cos(A - B) = cosAcosB + sinAsinB

If you add those two identities together you should end up with an expression for cosAcosB, which is what you need for Vc * Va

Original post by weeliam9

Can someone help me with this question. I dont really understand Trigonometric identities.

How do I develop an alternative expression for Vo = Vc +[(Vc *Va/8] using Trigonometric identities to show that the output from the multiplier circuit comprises frequency components at 230kHz, 250kHz and 270kHz.

When:

Vc =8cos(2𝜋×250000×t)

Va=5cos(2𝜋×20000×t)

How do I develop an alternative expression for Vo = Vc +[(Vc *Va/8] using Trigonometric identities to show that the output from the multiplier circuit comprises frequency components at 230kHz, 250kHz and 270kHz.

When:

Vc =8cos(2𝜋×250000×t)

Va=5cos(2𝜋×20000×t)

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