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Course: EE 213, Fall 2009
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213 EE Superposition Examples 1. For the following circuit, use Superposition to solve for the current IO and the voltage VO. 6 28 V 4 2 + _ 1 + - 2 + VO _ IO 12 V 8A 2. For the following circuit, use superposition to solve for the current IO. 2 12 V + IO 1 2A 1 IX + VO 1 2IX + 4V

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/ Author: Kiri Wagstaff, wkiri@cs.cornell.edu / Date: June 26, 2001public class Lecture2 { public static void main(String[] args) { / Four basic data types: int nStudents = 51; double avgGrade = 88.3; char finalGrade =
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