Review for Quiz 2.
1. Know how to write nodal equations for a circuit with dependent sources.
2. Know how to write mesh equations for a circuit with dependent sources.
3. Know how to write nodal equations in matrix form by inspection for a
circuit with only dependent sources.
4. Know how to write mesh equations in matrix form by inspection for a
circuit with only dependent sources.
5. Know when and how to use a super mesh loop or a super node equation.
6. Know how to convert N equations with N unknowns into standard form
and how to correctly write the equation in matrix form.
7. Know how to find node voltages from mesh analysis solutions.
8. Know how to find branch currents from mesh currents and node voltages.
9. Know how to find absorbed and supplied powers in a circuit.
10. Know how to hand solve a system of two equations and two unknowns.
11. Know how to solve the transistor biasing problem given in class.
12. Know how to convert from a Thevenin’s equivalent circuit to a Norton’s
equivalent circuit and vice versa (the reverse conversion).
13. Know how to state that a certain situation requires a patent, trademark,
trade secret, or copyright.
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 Fall '06
 MCCANN
 Thévenin's theorem, Norton's theorem, Voltage drop, node voltages, morning class

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