HW2solution - lu1, v2, v3, ro, and vu, and the current lr....

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Homework#2 bue: January 21,2009 Name 1/10/2009 3:22:00 PM is the following circuit' /av A tbt4'lD\ -fL ----:- '^ Zzt+- Km* I kc) kC) 3kcl 4 Lr* skQ 4 LiL Rnn = iD LQ Find Rr" lk It^ -L V tu*'h+- WL .2 Rou j Find ,R, is the following circuit' Ros * [ -J., t h l"^ ?,. . J-\ 3. Find is the following circuit' ffi'" t*=rury" Rou - -\ry.l H l\ vzu -' { t.- R,ts = f L*
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Kei Name 4, [n the following circuit find the voltages
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Unformatted text preview: lu1, v2, v3, ro, and vu, and the current lr. fz = 4vt ''1,-1t-"t' 4l- : u& "u^, 1)^. = 6-3 ^A - lt,;t : d '^ 14 - ZL,,L 3v . ,t, 11,-ft-, = 4v -'v,:3U : /tr/ -3t,': LV n} -a-. = U-'-4V'= lz'v t-:, - lLv +4'= llV L t : '>*,A +/.',n.4 = 3'*tA' % lkQ vz 2^Ft, v3...
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This note was uploaded on 03/05/2010 for the course EGR 240 taught by Professor Michael,p during the Winter '08 term at Oakland University.

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HW2solution - lu1, v2, v3, ro, and vu, and the current lr....

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