# Exercise:A square-wave voltage with amplitude 2 V and frequency 500 Hz is applied acrossan ideal inductor. The inductance is 500 mH. Based on the mathematics discussedabove, we can say that the current will be a triangle-wave. What is the amplitudeof the triangle-wave current?

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16 views help_outlineImage TranscriptioncloseExercise: A square-wave voltage with amplitude 2 V and frequency 500 Hz is applied across an ideal inductor. The inductance is 500 mH. Based on the mathematics discussed above, we can say that the current will be a triangle-wave. What is the amplitude of the triangle-wave current? fullscreen
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Step 1

Amplitude of a square wave is 2 V, frequency is 500 Hz, and inductance is 500 mH

Step 2

The square-wave voltage with amplitude 2 V is shown in Figure 1,

Step 3

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