EE 302 - Exam2-F03

# EE 302 - Exam2-F03 - EE 302 Introduction to Electrical and...

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EE 302, Introduction to Electrical and Computer Engineering - Honors Dr. Archie Holmes, Jr. Exam #2 Name: _________________________________________________________________ EID: ________________ Please remember…. Read the entire exam before starting If you feel you need more information than is given, please ask!!! Show all work for credit!!! All final answers MUST BE placed in the space provided; work can be on a separate page. Relax!!!

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This exam contains 5 problems along with some extra credit questions Give units to all answers where applicable This information will be provided when I return the exam Problem #1 ________________ Problem #2 ________________ Problem #3 ________________ Problem #4 ________________ Problem #5 ________________ Bonus (Extra Credit) ________________ Total Class Average = _______ Standard Deviation = _______
PROBLEM #1: NODE VOLTAGE EQUATIONS AND EXPRESSIONS (15 POINTS) Consider the circuit below: R2 V R1 R3 α I 1 I β V 2 + - V 2 I 1 A B C Using the node voltage labels given, write the appropriate node voltage equations in standard form. The equations MUST have the unknown node voltages on the left-hand side of the equation and all constants on the right. No dependent variables should appear in your final set of equations . The circuit is repeated on the next page is you wish to show your work there. You MUST place your final answer on this page!!!.

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R2 V R1 R3 α I 1 I β V 2 + - V 2 I 1 A B C
PROBLEM #2: MESH CURRENT EQUATIONS AND EXPRESSIONS (15 POINTS) Consider the circuit below: I V R1 R2 R3 α I x R4 I x I D I C I B I A Using the mesh current labels given, write the appropriate mesh current equations in standard form. The

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## This note was uploaded on 03/22/2008 for the course EE 302 taught by Professor Mccann during the Fall '06 term at University of Texas.

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EE 302 - Exam2-F03 - EE 302 Introduction to Electrical and...

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