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### HW-due-Sept-29

Course: ECE 221, Fall 2011
School: Rutgers
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the Name: Solve following circuits by simplifying them as much as possible and then moving back to determine the variables in the given circuit. Problem 1: 120 V Problem 2: HW due Sept 29, 2011 Solve the for current in each branch and mark it on the circuit. Do your work on separate sheets and attach them. Problem 3: Show that the equivalent resistance between the terminals is 90 ohms

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the Name: Solve following circuits by simplifying them as much as possible and then moving back to determine the variables in the given circuit. Problem 1: 120 V Problem 2: HW due Sept 29, 2011 Solve the for current in each branch and mark it on the circuit. Do your work on separate sheets and attach them. Problem 3: Show that the equivalent resistance between the terminals is 90 ohms
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