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Course: ECE 2300, Fall 2008
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2300 ECE CIRCUIT ANALYSIS HOMEWORK #2 Notes a) Power terminology: In class we use the terms &quot;delivered&quot; and &quot;absorbed&quot; to indicate the direction of power flow. For example, the battery in a flashlight &quot;delivers&quot; electrical power to the bulb; the bulb &quot;absorbs&quot; electrical power. Nilsson/Riedel uses various terms: &quot;supplied&quot;...

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