Determine the mean voltage over half a cycle, Physics

An alternating voltage is triangular in shape, rising at a constant rate to a maximumof 300V in 8ms and then falling to zero at a constant rate in 4ms.

The negative half cycle is identical in shape to the positive half cycle.

Calculate (a) the mean voltage over half a cycle, and

(b) the r.m.s. voltage

 

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