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Voltage and Current Division Proportionality and Superposition By Ziad Shami Presented to Mr. Nassif Daoud A worksheet for the Circuit Lab ELEN 303 Faculty of Engineering University of Balamand 26-1-2016

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I - Voltage and current division: 1. Measure element values: For figure 1&2: R 1 = R 2 = R 3 = V s = 2. Prepare a data table: Compone nt label, or signal variable Nominal R value (from color code) Nominal voltage (Calc’d in prelab) Actual meas. Resista nce of R’s Actual calc’d volts (from meas.R value) Actual measured volts Voltage %error prelab to actual meas. Voltage % error actual calc’d to act meas. R 1 , V 1 10 KΩ R 2 , V 2 27 KΩ R 3 , V 3 10 KΩ 3. b V 1 + V 2 + V 3 =
4. Examine a current divider: Compone nt label, or signal variable Nominal R value (from color code) Nominal current (Calc’d in

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