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multiply a sawtooth wave form and sin wave together

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Me and my friend are trying to multiply the sawtooth wave form and sin wave together. could someone help us with this command below is a photo of the multisim file we are try to recreate in matlab.
x = sawtooth(2*pi*50*t);
x1 = sin(pi/4*t+pi/2);
z=x.*x1;

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Mark Sherstan
Mark Sherstan on 12 Apr 2019
You just need to define a time array. This should work for you:
t = 0:pi/12:2*pi;
x = sawtooth(2*pi*50*t);
x1 = sin(pi/4*t+pi/2);
z=x.*x1;
plot(t,x,t,x1,t,z)
legend('sawtooth','sine wave','combined')

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Andrew Bills
Andrew Bills on 13 Apr 2019
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