100_1_07S_EE100_MT1_withSolutions

# 100_1_07S_EE100_MT1_withSolutions - EE100 07S Mid-Term 1...

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EE100 07S Mid-Term 1 Name _____________|____________ LAST FIRST Student ID _____________________ DO NOT OPEN UNTIL INSTRUCTED TO DO SO. •We will copy some graded exam papers for archival purposes! •Put your name in the blank on EVERY page. •Show your setup. •Circle your answers. •Add notes to help the graders determine your intentions. Problem Value Score Problem Value Score 1 20 3 50 2 30 TOTAL 100

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EE100 07S Mid-Term 1 Name _____________|____________ LAST FIRST Student ID _____________________ 1A I 20 1. (20 pts) a. Convert the circuit so that it has two voltage sources. b. Find I 20 . I 20 = 20 " 10 ( ) 5 + 10 = 0.667 A Ex. 2.18, Hambley, 3rd
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Unformatted text preview: LAST FIRST Student ID _____________________ 10A A B 2. (30 pts) Find the Thévenin Equivalent circuit looking into the port defined by terminals A and B. V oc = 10 A ( ) 6 " ( ) = 60 V I sc = 10 18 18 + 6 = 2.5 A V th = V oc = 60 V R th = V oc I sc = 60 V 2.5 A = 24 " EE100 07S Mid-Term 1 Name _____________|____________ LAST FIRST Student ID _____________________ 4A +-10I φ I φ I 100 3. (50 pts) Use Node-Voltage Analysis to find I 100 . V 1 = 50 V V 2 " 50 5 + V 2 50 + V 3 100 " 4 = V 3 = V 2 + 10 I # I = V 2 " 50 5 \$ V 2 = 60 V \$ I = 60 " 50 5 = 2 A \$ V 3 = 60 + 10 ( ) 2 ( ) = 80 V \$ I 100 = 80 V 100 % = 0.8 A 4A +-10I φ I φ I 100 V 1 V 2 V 3 Fig. 4.13, Nilsson, 6th...
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• Harshad number, Student ID _____________________, Isc 2.5A Isc, 07S Mid-Term

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