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Unformatted text preview: Units in the quiz will be included between square brackets. 5. Do not use red ink. Do not use red pencil. 6. You will have 50 minutes to work on this quiz. ________________/20 Room for extra work Find the steady state expression for the voltage v X (t) , expressed as a function of time. 1 2 rad ( ) 30cos(200 38 )[V] s rad ( ) 45sin(300 38 )[V] s S S v t t v t t = + = + i X (t) +v S2 (t) R 2 = 2.2[k Ω ] R 1 = 3.3[k Ω ] i S1 (t) = 5 i X (t)v S1 (t) L X = 10[H] C X = 4.7[ μ F] v X (t) +Room for extra work ECE 2300  Quiz #6 – April 27, 2006 –4PM TuTh Shattuck Section Solution Find the steady state expression for the voltage v X (t) , expressed as a function of time. 1 2 rad ( ) 30cos(200 38 )[V] s rad ( ) 45sin(300 38 )[V] s S S v t t v t t = + = + i X (t) +v S2 (t) R 2 = 2.2[k Ω ] R 1 = 3.3[k Ω ] i S1 (t) = 5 i X (t)v S1 (t) L X = 10[H] C X = 4.7[ μ F] v X (t) +...
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 Thermodynamics, 50 Minutes, one 8.5, steady state expression, rad t

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