ECEN_214_Spring_06_Exam_1

ECEN_214_Spring_06_Exam_1 - EE 214 Exam#1 Spring 2006...

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Unformatted text preview: EE 214 Exam #1 Spring 2006 Instructions: This is a closed book, closed notes test. Show all work on all problems. For full credit you must use the method specified. Place answer in the space provided. Name ID# 1) Use mesh current analysis to write the equations for the following circuit. Put the equations in standard form [a=bX+cy+dZ] and then complete the equations shown below. (20 points) 0 = 1011 A 12 — 313 A: 20 = -4Il B 12 C I3 L: -3I1 — 712 E I3 3: C: D: 2) Solve the prolblem shown for nodal voltage Vx using the nodal voltage method. Use the ground reference shown. (20 points) Vx= 3) Find Thevenin’s equivalent circuit at terminals a—b as shown below. (20 points) H‘ ‘4 Vth= Rth= 4) What value of resistance attached to terminals a-b will result in maximum power delivered to the load resistor RL. (20 points) 10/4 R _ ,i L— 3 5:2 5) Find current Ix in the following circuit. (20 points) ‘ ("L 9‘22 IX: /0 ...
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This note was uploaded on 04/15/2008 for the course ECEN 214 taught by Professor Su during the Spring '08 term at Texas A&M.

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ECEN_214_Spring_06_Exam_1 - EE 214 Exam#1 Spring 2006...

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