Plot the waveform - signal of amplitude, Physics

1. You are trying to observe a 500 Hz signal of amplitude 2 mV in the presence of an interfering 4.0 kHz signal also of amplitude 2mV. Use a MATLAB .m script to plot the waveform you will observe from say 0 to 4 msec. You can assume that both the signal and the interference are at zero instantaneous voltage at time 0.  

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