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# Example_Exam_2_from_FS2008 - ECE 201 Circuits and Systems 1...

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ECE 201: Circuits and Systems 1 Exam 2 October 20, 2008 Prof. Tim Hogan Print your name: Student ID #: Signature: (By signing above, I am promising not to cheat on this exam.) Exams with no signature will not be graded. Question Score 1 2 3 4 Total Prefixes 10 12 tera T 10 9 giga G 10 6 mega M 10 3 kilo k 10 -3 milli m 10 -6 micro 10 -9 nano n 10 -12 pico p 10 -15 femto f 10 -18 atto a This exam is out of 100 points. Read through the exam before starting and feel free to do the easier parts first. Show your work. Careful of units.

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1 Problem #1: Matching & True/False 24 points Match the Property in the left column to the Phrase in the right column by placing the appropriate letter from the Property column in the boxes provided. Each Property can be used any number of times, such that some letters might not be used, while others could be used more than once . (2 points each) Property Phrase A) Kirchhoff’s Current Law To deactivate an independent current source, replace it in the circuit with this. B) Norton Equivalent Circuit To find the Thevenin voltage of a source circuit connected to a load resistance at terminals A-B, you can replace the load resistance with this circuit element and then find the voltage at terminals A-B. C) Cramer’s Rule The Unity Gain Technique is based on this property of linear circuits. D) Kirchhoff’s

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