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- EE 1305 Unit 2 Voltage Divider Problems February 9 2007 270 Q 330 Q l 2 Use the Voltage Divider Rule to find the electric potential at node A i

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Unformatted text preview: EE 1305 Unit 2: Voltage Divider Problems February 9, 2007 270 Q 330 Q l 2. Use the Voltage Divider Rule to find the electric potential at node A. i How much power does the source provide? 1 I I awe - W PM : 0m (:5): Gmémmr Mrfl g 1:3 ‘1 “Lg—EV ’2‘: (95.9m 3. The circuit contains a potentiometer (which is a variable resistor.) If we wish that the output ' voltage, Vent, to be 5.25 V, what will be the value of R? Vow—3 2.0V 237de— E V0u,+ : Z7€3J1+ R 90 £1“ 572§’Ca?on+m3 “7’.:’7§”(&:~ @725”) (270.51) WW5?“ R m: 4am. ...
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This note was uploaded on 10/12/2009 for the course EE 1305 taught by Professor Starks during the Spring '07 term at Texas El Paso.

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- EE 1305 Unit 2 Voltage Divider Problems February 9 2007 270 Q 330 Q l 2 Use the Voltage Divider Rule to find the electric potential at node A i

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