HW6_BME153_S09

# HW6_BME153_S09 - rectangular and polar. ±or example, if...

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BME 153L - Spring 2009 Homework 6: Reactive Elements and Complex Numbers Introduction The problems for this assignment focus on capacitors, inductors, complex numbers, and phasors. Assignment Remember, each Part needs to be turned in separately, so when you turn in this particular assignment you should have two things to turn in, each stapled and with your name and NET ID clearly identiFed on at least the Frst page and at best each page. Part I: (a) Chapter 4, Problem 4. (b) Chapter 4, Problem 5. (c) Chapter 4, Problem 7. (d) Chapter 4, Problem 8. Part II: (a) Chapter 4, Problem 37. (b) Chapter 4, Problem 38. It is a good idea to learn how to have your calculator do this for you. (c) Chapter 4, Problem 39. It is also a good idea to learn how to have your calculator do this for you. ±or your answer, show each of the terms in its polar form, then show the Fnal answer in both
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Unformatted text preview: rectangular and polar. ±or example, if the question had: (3 + j 4)(1-j ) then your solution would need to have (3 + j 4)(1-j ) = (5 n 53 . 13 ◦ )( √ 2 n-45 ◦ ) = (5 √ 2) n 8 . 13 ◦ = 7 + j (d) Chapter 4, Problem 40. ±or the Frst part of b actually write out and compute the values. ±or example, if the question had: 2 + j 3-j 2 your answer would start with 2 + j 3-j 2 = 2 + j 3-j 2 3 + j 2 3 + j 2 = 6 + j 4 + j 3-2 9 + 4 = 4 + j 7 13 (e) Chapter 4, Problem 41. Note that the correct answer to the Frst part is not, despite appearances, “Redick.” (f) Chapter 4, Problem 42. Be sure to show the phasors for each voltage Frst. Copyright 2009, Gustafson Hwk 6 – 1...
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## This note was uploaded on 08/03/2009 for the course BME 153 taught by Professor Malkin during the Spring '07 term at Duke.

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