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how do i plot a graph for a signal with amplitude pi and for sampling with frequency 10hz,stared in second1 and ended in second 10.

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myConstant Function:
x(A,t)=A
Test by plotting the the values of the envelope of myConstant for a signal with amplitude pi and for sampling with frequency 10hz,stared in second1 and ended in second 10.



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