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Unformatted text preview: EE2011 HOMEWORK # 2 COS This assignment is due Friday, January 27, bring to class. Problem 1 Solve the following problems by applying nodal analysis with reference to the ground terminal shown to find both the nodal voltages and the unknown current indicated. Show the nodal voltage answers even when they are obvious. To make the grading easier, please draw a rectangle around each final answer! The nodal voltages have. been given names to make the grading easier, so please use these names. When you are done, you might. want to apply KCL or KVL, like you did on the earlier problems, to see if your answers make sense. Uni. 1):; 7 5V I Problem 2 Solve the following problems by finding the "[‘hevenin and Norton erniivalent of of each network at the terminals. You should do this by first. finding,r the short circuit current. I“. and the open circuit voltage VIM. Draw boxes around your answers to clearly identify the. six values; I“, Vac, IN, VT”, RwandRTH in each of the solutions to help the graders. Thankyou. Seq m hale AW )3 twmfle , .. You might consider chEcking these answers by using this trick: you can find the Tlievenin and Norton resistance of a circuit that has no controlled sources by killing all the sources in a circuit and finding its equivalent resistance at its terminals. Compare this to your previous answer. I a} 2' . KCL «5. +92. m ,0 1 2 ‘1; ch. “4%“! =iEV 0 “3 if 7 51:12: 40A v2 =-é_0v 2 7 7 ‘ 1}” "V 1; EV Ll: —___g : — EDA 3 7 L; 7 la.) "Jr—Ho ”Up-121:5 VL'U§:§ ”VLF-LEIFEIQ z Cotgpng #1 W4 ”(j-:IO ‘ 11..)— . C! j: C3 A «r 5 5- L: I ‘Puag f-L w-L Wc‘f" fink! (3’5? Lil-r)- If“; ' .1 M. 4: - A“; '_' v' {A LEI" It) . 1,0 aka, 6 '5- r +0.}"LL‘ r ‘2}- 2- ‘3 Pg}— L3: __'.-. -- Jig} {0.12. Sq -.-_ 5,4 04-4440 me ‘ -— J- : ll LL- 1-H +5 IA ...
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