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2; if its 3’ o %‘ Solve this circuit by Thevenins Theorem. BmA Steg One: Turn off the current source and the voltage source. Find the equivalent
resistance looking into the interconnect terminals. This is the Thevenin resistance. Step two: Find the open circuit voltage, i.e. the voltage at the interconnect terminals if no
load is connected. This is the Thevenin voltage. Step three: Use the results from steps t and 2 to ﬁnd the output voltage by voltage
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:23 t“ it a! o t“: 2 Solve this circuit by Norton’s Theorem. 3mA Step One: Turn off the current source and the voltage source. Find the equivalent
resistance looking into the interconnect terminais. This is the Norton resistance. (Note: it is the same as the Thevenin resistance). Rm “2 2.0er r» 6%” < Steg two: Find the short circuit current, i.e. the current through a short circuit connected
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Version E statics 2. 3. Write a text input ﬁle to simulate this circuit with SPICE. 3mA . Step One: Pick one node as the reference node and label it with a zero. Any node can be
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Step Two: Identify the remaining nodes in this circuit and number them. Step Three: Write a SPICE input ﬁle corresponding to your node labels. Recall that
independent voltage source names start with V, independent current source names start with an I, and resistor names start with an R. Also remember to include a title and the
.END statement. So 7 lines are required. 1 was ‘t Warsaw a 2. 113$ e t 3M 3. V3 2. i t}
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3. Use circuit reduction techniques to soive for v0 by inspection. 3mA Step One: Do a source transformation. Redraw the circuit with this transformation. Civ gow: Ste}; Two: Replace resistors in series and voltage sources in series by their equivaients.
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3. Solve this circuit by node voltage analysis. Smgw'i’a 5m ...
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 Thévenin's theorem, Voltage source, Thevenins theorem

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