EE 302 - Exam2-F04 - EE 302, Introduction to Electrical and...

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Unformatted text preview: EE 302, Introduction to Electrical and Computer Engineering - Honors Dr. Archie Holmes, Jr. Exam #2 - Fall 2004 Name: _________________________________________________________________ EID: ________________ Please remember…. • Read the entire exam before starting • All answers must include units and an appropriate number of significant figures • 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!!! This exam contains 5 problems 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 ________________ Total ________________ Class Average = _______ Standard Deviation = _______ PROBLEM #1: NODE VOLTAGE EQUATIONS (15 POINTS) Consider the circuit above. Using the node voltage labels given, write the appropriate node voltage equations in standard form. Assume that node D is the ground or reference node. 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!!!. PROBLEM #2: MESH CURRENT EQUATIONS (15 POINTS) Consider the circuit above. Using the mesh current labels given, write the appropriate mesh current...
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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 at Austin.

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EE 302 - Exam2-F04 - EE 302, Introduction to Electrical and...

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