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EE 302 - Practice Problems - Thevenins w Dependent Sources

# EE 302 - Practice Problems - Thevenins w Dependent Sources...

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Find the Thevenin’s equivalent as seen by the 8Ω resistor. When finding the Thevenin’s voltage, the 4Ω and 2Ω resistors are (i) In series (ii) In parallel (iii)Neither in series nor parallel When finding the Thevenin’s resistance using the 1V test source method, the current flowing through the 4Ω is (i) 1A (ii) 0.5A (iii)0.25A (iv)0A

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Find the Thevenin’s equivalent as seen by the 2Ω resistor. When finding Voc, the current flowing through the 8Ω resistor is (i) 0A (ii) 1.25A (iii)0.5io (iv)0.25io If the 2Ω resistor is doubled, then the Thevenin’s voltage will (i) Double (ii) Halve (iii)Stay the same (iv)Become 0V
Find theThevenin’s equivalent at a-b The voltage Vcb is (i) 0V (due to open-circuit) (ii) Need to solve using node analysis (iii)8V (iv)-8V When finding Thevenin’s resistance using the 1V test source method, the current Io is the same as IT. (i)

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Unformatted text preview: (i) True (ii) False Find the Thevenin’s equivalent at a-b. The Thevenin’s voltage is (i) 0V (ii) 2V (iii)Need to solve using node analysis What resistor connected at terminals a-b will absorb the maximum power, and what is the value of this power? When finding the Thevenin’s resistance, Vo is (i) 0V (ii) 2V (iii)4V (iv)8V Find the Thevenin’s equivalent at terminals a-b. When finding Thevenin’s resistance the following elements are in series: (i) Current source and 10Ω (ii) Voltage source and 20Ω (iii)Voltage source and 40Ω (iv)None of the elements When finding Thevenin’s resistance using the 1V test source method, we need to find the nodal voltage Vc using (i) Node Voltage (ii) Voltage divider (the 10Ω and 20Ω resistors are in series) (iii)…. Wait a minute – we do not use the test voltage method...
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