ENGR 111-HW2-solutions

ENGR 111-HW2-solutions - gold at room temperature is...

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ENGR 111 - Electrical Circuits Assignment #2 Due Date: January 23, 2008 Question #1 Determine the equivalent resistance between terminals A and B. Show the steps in your calculation and draw the equivalent circuits as you solve for the equivalent resistance. (10 Points) Question #2 Compute the resistance of a gold wire having a radius of 6 mm and a length of 12 cm. The resistivity of
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Unformatted text preview: gold at room temperature is 2.27·10-8 Ω m. Assume that the wire is cylindrical in shape. (10 Points) Question #3 Find the currents I 1 and I 2 in the diagram with reference to the directions as shown. All sources are DC sources. (10 Points) Question #4 Solve for the unknown potentials V x and V y relative to ground. All sources are DC sources. (10 Points)...
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  • Winter '08
  • Cardinal
  • Orders of magnitude, Electrical impedance, Animorphs, Cassie, Electrical conductivity, Electrical Circuits Assignment

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