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- 9th March 2008, 23:03 #1

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## Integration of triangular waveform ?

what will it look like if you integrate a triangular waveform ?

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- 10th March 2008, 15:10 #2

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## Re: Integration of triangular waveform ?

A triangle wave consists of positive and negative going ramps. A ramp is a function that increases linearly with time. If you integrate a ramp, you get a function that increases as the square of time which has the shape of a parabola. So the integral of a triangle wave is a series of positiive and negative going parabolic shapes.

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## Re: Integration of triangular waveform ?

See the figure:

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