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1 Curtin University of Technology School of Electrical and Computer Engineering Electrical Systems 100 Tutorial 1 1. By placing the multimeter into the circuit as shown in Fig 1:- a. Determine the current direction through the circuit b. Determine the voltage drop polarity and voltage value across the resistor c. Determine the amount of current through the resistor d. Calculate the amount current supply by the E 1 e. Determine the multimeter reading Figure 1. Figure 2. 2. By placing the multimeter into the circuit as shown in Fig 2:- a. Determine the current direction through the circuit b. Determine the voltage drop polarity and voltage value across the resistor c. Determine the amount of current through the resistors d. Determine the multimeter reading 3. Use voltage divider rules to determine the voltage, V 1 , V 2, V 3 and V 4 in the circuit shown in Fig 3. Check the voltage V 1 , V 2 V 3 and V 4 using KVL. Figure 3

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