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### IRWIN 9e 5_FE-1

Course: ESE 216, Spring 2012
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Basic Irwin, Engineering Circuit Analysis, 9/E 1 SOLUTION: I' R1 R2 R4 ' Voc 4mA R3 The correct answer is d. Use superposition. R1 I' R R R ( 4 m) 2 3 1 1k I' (4m) 1mA 1k 1k 2k ' Voc I ' R3 (1m)(2k ) ' Voc 2V Chapter 5: Additional Analysis Techniques Problem 5.FE-1 2 Irwin, Basic Engineering Circuit Analysis, 9/E R2 R1 R4 12V &quot; Voc R3 R3 &quot; Voc R...

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Basic Irwin, Engineering Circuit Analysis, 9/E 1 SOLUTION: I' R1 R2 R4 ' Voc 4mA R3 The correct answer is d. Use superposition. R1 I' R R R ( 4 m) 2 3 1 1k I' (4m) 1mA 1k 1k 2k ' Voc I ' R3 (1m)(2k ) ' Voc 2V Chapter 5: Additional Analysis Techniques Problem 5.FE-1 2 Irwin, Basic Engineering Circuit Analysis, 9/E R2 R1 R4 12V " Voc R3 R3 " Voc R R R (12) 2 3 1 2k " Voc (12) 1k 1k 2k " Voc 6V ' " Voc Voc Voc 2 6 8V R1 R2 R4 R3 RTH RTH R1 R2 R3 R4 RTH 2k (2k ) 1k 2k 2k 2k Problem 5.FE-1 Chapter 5: Additional Analysis Techniques Irwin, Basic Engineering Circuit Analysis, 9/E 3 RTH 2k Voc 8V RL 2 PLmax I L RL R L RTH for maximum power. V PLmax oc 2R TH PLmax 2 RTH V2 82 oc 8mW 4 RTH 4(2k ) Chapter 5: Additional Analysis Techniques Problem 5.FE-1
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