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## What is VM in VM sin wt?

Should be written as v(t) = Vm Sin(wt) A sinewave is a function of time thus v(t) , remember this is actually a mathematical equation to describe a sine function. Anyway Vm is the maximum amplitude of the sinewave. Vp-p would be the peak to peak amplitude of the sinewave.

**What is sin ΩT?**

Sine waves are also widespread and important. We can see that this is yx=0 = − A sin ωt, which is the equation for simple harmonic motion, with angular frequency ω = 2πv/λ. Knowing ω we can calculate the period T = 2π/ω = λ/v.

### What is VM example?

An example of a process VM is the Java Virtual Machine, which enables any operating system to run Java applications as if they were native to that system. A system platform supports the sharing of a host computer’s physical resources between multiple virtual machines, each running its own copy of the operating system.

**What are sine waves used for?**

The sine wave is important in physics because it retains its wave shape when added to another sine wave of the same frequency and arbitrary phase and magnitude. It is the only periodic waveform that has this property. This property leads to its importance in Fourier analysis and makes it acoustically unique.

## What is the differentiation of sin wt?

differentiation of sin we =w. cos wt.

**Why is VM used?**

The main purpose of VMs is to operate multiple operating systems at the same time, from the same piece of hardware. Without virtualization, operating multiple systems — like Windows and Linux — would require two separate physical units. Hardware requires physical space that isn’t always available.

### What is VM short for?

Acronym | Definition |
---|---|

VM | Virtual Memory |

VM | Voice Mail |

VM | Voice Message |

VM | Virtual Machine |

**How is sine used in real life?**

Sine and cosine functions are used to find the location and distances in the GPS system of the cell phone. In real life, sine and cosine functions can be used in space flight and polar coordinates, music, ballistic trajectories, and GPS and cell phones.

## Why is sin used in physics?

Generally, it is the angle a line makes with the x-axis, so the sine is always used to find the y coordinate, and the cosine is always used to find the x coordinate. But in physics, we use angles that appear in odd places.

**What is the period of sin wt?**

2π

The period of the sine function is 2π.

### Why do we use sin(wt) instead of sin(t)?

Instead of writing the sine function as sin (t), its better to write it as sin (wt) because using sin (t) we have to calculate the time period or the frequency the sine function separately by using the formula ” ( (2*p)/co-efficient of t).” But by using sin (wt) we can easily calculate the frequency of the sine function by using w as “w=2*pi*f.”

**How to calculate the frequency of the sine function using Sin(wt)?**

But by using sin(wt) we can easily calculate the frequency of the sine function by using w as “w=2*pi*f.”. The frequency of the sine function is important because in physics we deal with frequency term more often. So instead of calculating the frequency separately its better if we denote the frequency term in the function itself in the form of “w”.

## Why is wt = Theta?

It’s not wt it is Omega multiplied with time. Omega is angular velocity in radian per second which on multiplication with time gives radian the unit of angle hence wt = theta or some angle swiped by the radius of displcemwnt vector. Why is w = 2*pi*f?