# Effective and mean voltage

A voltage divider consisting of resistors R1 = 103000 Ω and R2 = 197000 Ω is connected to the ideal sine wave voltage source, R2 is connected to a voltmeter which measures the mean voltage and has an internal resistance R3 = 200300 Ω, the measured value is 109 V. Determine the effective source voltage.

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