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### ProblemSet_2

Course: C 97251, Fall 2009
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Set Problem 2 (Fall 2006) 2.1 Determine the amount of power absorbed or supplied by the element below if: a) V1=6V, I=3A; and b) V1=-6V, I=-3A 2.2 Repeat 2.1 for: a) V1=-8V, I=5A; and b) V1=8V, I=-5A 2.3 Determine the missing quantity in the circuits below: 2.4 Determine the missing quantity in the circuits below: 2.5 Two elements are connected in series, as shown below. Element 1 supplies 48 W of power. Is...

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Set Problem 2 (Fall 2006) 2.1 Determine the amount of power absorbed or supplied by the element below if: a) V1=6V, I=3A; and b) V1=-6V, I=-3A 2.2 Repeat 2.1 for: a) V1=-8V, I=5A; and b) V1=8V, I=-5A 2.3 Determine the missing quantity in the circuits below: 2.4 Determine the missing quantity in the circuits below: 2.5 Two elements are connected in series, as shown below. Element 1 supplies 48 W of power. Is element 2 absorbing or supplying power, and how much? Problem Set 2 Rev00.doc 2.6 Determine the power that is absorbed or supplied by the circuit elements below: 2.7 Determine the power that is absorbed or supplied by the circuit elements below: 3V + 1 2A + 2A 10V 7V 2A 2.8 Find Ix in the network below: 2.9 Is the source VS in the network below absorbing or supplying power, and how much? Problem 2 Set Rev00.doc 2.10 In the circuit below, find the voltage across the current source and the power absorbed by the resistor. 2.11 In the network below, the power absorbed by Rx is 24mW. Find Rx. 2.12 Find V12 in the circuit below. 2.13 Find V2 in the circuit below. Problem Set 2 Rev00.doc 2.14 Find Vx in the circuit below. 20V + Vx - 2k 3k 4V 6V TAs please use our conventions: v = i R p = v i If the head-to-head convention is not satisfied, then e...

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