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fwphelps@syr.edu - icl.syr.edu ELE232 – Electrical Fundamentals II – 5MAY2008 Final Exam Monday – 1:45pm to 5:45pm – Sims 137 [ Instructions : Work as many of the following eight (8) problems as you can. Each problem if worth fifty (50) points. You can earn as many as many 300 points. Show all of your reasoning on the exam paper. Draw and label circuits neatly. Include some words along with each mathematical development for extra credit . ] Problem Value Score 1 50 2 50 3 50 4 50 5 50 6 50 7 50 8 50 Total 300
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fwphelps@syr.edu - icl.syr.edu Problem 1 : The goal of this problem is to develop an expression for A V (s) = V 0 (s) V in (s) and then make predictions about the location of its poles . (a) Sum the currents away from node V 1 . (b) Collect together terms with V 1 and V 0 . Put terms with V in on the RHS of the equation. Make each coefficient dimensionless. (c) Identify the relationship between V 0 and V 1 . Use it to eliminate V 1 from the equation. Put the collected terms over a common denominator. V 1 =
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- icl.syr.edu Problem 1 (Con’t.) : (d) Combine the two terms containing V 0 and collect similar terms. (e) Form an expression form the voltage gain A V = V 0 V in . (f) For what value of K do the poles of the voltage gain lie on the j ω – axis ? K =
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