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Voltage is defined in basic electric principles (Physics: Mr. Voltaire)
as the potential difference that pushes a current in Amperes through
a Resistance in Ohms. This Voltage can be a steady value or a repetitive
waveform (square wave, sinewave, triangular etc)
Frequency is the number of cycles that a voltage waveform
repeats itself per seconds.
DC voltage is a voltage with 0 frequency in effect is steady at a certain value.
AC voltage is the process in one cycle a voltage will change from 0 volts to a maximum positive value then back to 0 and over to the same maximum but negatively then back to 0.
The effective from incorrect voltage.
The effective from same voltage but incorrect frequency: