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Final_exam_review - This exam is cumulative. Note, however,...

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This exam is cumulative. Note, however, that specific questions about digital logic, diodes, and transformers will not appear on this final. The focus will be on the material presented in lectures 1-24. 1. Circuit elements 1. Know the voltage/current model equations for R, L, and C 2. Know continuity condition for L and C 3. Properly apply passive sign convention to circuits with R, L, C 4. Determine instantaneous power for R, L, C circuits 2. Circuit analysis 1. Label circuit and determine equations using NVM, BCM, MCM 2. Determine Thevenin and Norton equivalent circuits; for resistive circuits, be able to draw the components - for reactive circuits, be able to calculate their equivalent impedance at a single frequency 3. Use superposition to subdivide analysis into several simpler parts 4. Be able to use voltage and current division in general, and in concert with supoerposition in particular 3. DC steady-state analysis of reactive circuits - all sources must be DC 1. Capacitors act like open circuits
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