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Unformatted text preview: 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 • 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!!! PROBLEM #1: NODE VOLTAGE AND MESH CURRENT EQUATIONS (20 POINTS) Use the circuit below when answering this question The possible variables in the circuit above areV A , V B , I B A , I B B , and I C . a) Using the labels provided, write the node voltage equations for this circuit in standard form. Only include those node voltages that you need to solve for. b) Using the labels provided, express the power being absorbed by resistor R5 and the power being absorbed by voltage source V1 (i.e., the power will be positive if power is being absorbed). c) Using the labels provided, write the mesh current equations for this circuit in standard form. Only include those mesh currents that you need to solve for. d) Using the labels provided, express the power being absorbed by resistor R5 and the power being absorbed by the current source (i.e., the power will be positive if power is being absorbed). Use the next page as needed. Clearly BOX in your final answer for each of the questions. PROBLEM #2: CIRCUIT ANALYSIS I (30 POINTS) *** THIS PROBLEM HAS TWO PARTS AND SPANS 6 PAGES *** a) Use either Node Voltage Analysis or Mesh Current Analysis to determine the power being absorbed...
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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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