# what is mean by sine wave?

what is mean by sine wave?

Hi,

Sine wave means it is the wave form of sinusoidal wave generally of voltage or current.

It takes the path of positive & negative half cycles. 1 set of positive and negative half cycles is called 1 cycle.

frequency is no. of cycles per second (HZ).

Thanks

K.Srikanth

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