# Introduction to Digital Systems – 68

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68. A periodic digital waveform has a pulse width (tw) of 6 ms and a period (T) of 18 ms. The duty cycle is ________.

(a) 3.3%
(b) 33.3%
(c) 6%
(d) 18%

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