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Dr. S. Barnicki, Due December 4 (Thursday), 2008 20 points Name _________________________________________ 1) Find the Thevenin and Norton equivalent at A-B 1 k! 10 V 5 k! 5 k! EE-210 Homework 1 5 k! A B 2) Find the load voltage, load current, and diode power in the circuit (use the second approximation of the diode (0.7 V, bulk resistance = 0 )). 10 k! 12 V 10 k! 10 k! 1 k! R LOAD

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S. Dr. Barnicki, Due December 4 (Thursday), 2008 20 points Name _________________________________________ 1) Find the Thevenin and Norton equivalent at A-B 1 k! 10 V 5 k! 5 k! EE-210 Homework 1 5 the k! A B 2) Find load voltage, load current, and diode power in the circuit (use the second approximation of th...

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