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Course: EE 321, Fall 2009
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7 Due: EE321 HW Monday 3/6/06 (Note: Since this assignment has a relatively quick turn around, it avoids Spice and has only a few Matlab plots.) 1. (20Points) In lecture we completed preliminary work on the following circuit: Using s-domain techniques and Thevenin equivalents for initial conditions on the inductors, find i1(t) and i2(t). You may use the Matlab roots and residue commands to assist in your...

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Midwestern State University - EE - 321
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Midwestern State University - EE - 321
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Midwestern State University - EE - 321
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Midwestern State University - EE - 321
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Midwestern State University - EE - 321
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Midwestern State University - EE - 321
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Midwestern State University - EE - 321
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Midwestern State University - EE - 321
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Midwestern State University - EE - 321
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Midwestern State University - EE - 321
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Midwestern State University - EE - 321
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Midwestern State University - EE - 321
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Midwestern State University - EE - 321
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Midwestern State University - EE - 321
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Midwestern State University - EE - 321
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Midwestern State University - EE - 321
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Midwestern State University - EE - 321
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Midwestern State University - EE - 321
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Midwestern State University - EE - 416
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Midwestern State University - EE - 416
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Midwestern State University - EE - 331
Midwestern State University - EE - 331
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Midwestern State University - EE - 331
Midwestern State University - EE - 331
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Midwestern State University - EE - 331
Midwestern State University - EE - 331
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Midwestern State University - EE - 331
Midwestern State University - EE - 331
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Midwestern State University - EE - 331
Midwestern State University - EE - 331
Midwestern State University - EE - 331
Midwestern State University - EE - 331
Midwestern State University - EE - 331
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Midwestern State University - EE - 331
Midwestern State University - EE - 331
Midwestern State University - EE - 331
Midwestern State University - EE - 331
Midwestern State University - EE - 331
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Midwestern State University - EE - 331
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Midwestern State University - EE - 331
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Midwestern State University - EE - 331
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Midwestern State University - EE - 416
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Midwestern State University - EE - 416
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