# HH_1_9 - 3 The Thevenin equivalent circuit 4 The same as in...

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Problem HH 1.9 For the circuit shown in the Figure below, with V in = 30V and R 1 = R 2 = 10k Ω , find: 1. The output voltage with no load attached (this is the open-circuit voltage). 2. The output voltage with a 10k Ω load (treat as voltage divider, with R 2 and R load combined into a single resistor)

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Unformatted text preview: 3. The Thevenin equivalent circuit. 4. The same as in part (2), but using the Thevenin equivalent circuit (again you wind up with a voltage divider; the answer should agree with the result in part (2)). 5. The power dissipated in each of the resistors....
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