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## To express 10sin(ωt+φ) in the form Asin(ωt) + Bcos(ωt), we can use the trigonometric identity sin(A+B) = sinAcosB + cosAsinB.

Let's apply this identity to our expression:

10sin(ωt + φ) = 10(sin(ωt)cos(φ) + cos(ωt)sin(φ))

By comparing with Asin(ωt) + Bcos(ωt), we can identify A and B as follows:

A = 10cos(φ)

B = 10sin(φ)

Therefore, 10sin(ωt + φ) can be expressed as Asin(ωt) + Bcos(ωt) by substituting the values of A and B we found:

10sin(ωt + φ) = 10cos(φ)sin(ωt) + 10sin(φ)cos(ωt)

So, to express 10sin(ωt + φ) in the form Asin(ωt) + Bcos(ωt), we can use the trigonometric identity sin(A+B) = sinAcosB + cosAsinB and substitute the values of A and B.