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HW #3 Solutions

# HW #3 Solutions - assume that R1 = kR Where k varies...

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3.5. Show that the two terminal network shown in figure 3.7 is equivalent to a single resistor and determine the value of equivalent resistance, R eq.

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P.3.12. The circuit of Fiure 3.15. contains a potentiometer. Referring to the model of potentiometer shown in fig.3.3.(in the main part of the text)

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Unformatted text preview: assume that R1 = kR, Where k varies between 0 and 1 as the potentiometer shaft is turned. If R= 40 kiloohm, what are the minimum and maximum values of output voltage, v out (t). Notice that the labels on the terminals correspond to tha labels on figure.3.3....
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