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Unformatted text preview: MCS’S‘l'DQ. _l\lc+woﬂ.\¢§ 1. Compute current 11, for the circuit below: Show all transformations. _11.> 25 45 10 V e 100 100 55 25 50 2. Determine Req in the circuit below (Show transformations) 5 20 20 ch 10 10 10‘ 3. For the resistor network below, determine the equivalent resistance between terminals A and B.
Show each transformation clearly. 25 100
A
100 100 30
100
B
50 70 4. Determine the current Ix for the following circuit. Show your transformation of the resistor
network. IX 4 10 8V 5. Determine the equivalent resistance between terminals A and B. Show each transformation step. 8 10 6. Determine the equivalent resistance between terminals A and B. Show each transformation step. 8
A 10 7. For the resistor network below, determine the equivalent resistance between terminals A and B.
Show each transformation clearly. ' 25 100
A V
100 W 30
B
50 70 8. Determine the resistance between notes A and B. Show all transformations. 9. Determine the resistance between nodes A and B. 10. For each resistor network below, determine the equivalent resistance between terminals A and B.
Show each transformation clearly. .25 100
A
100 30
B
50 70 11. Determine Req in the. circuit below:
25
400
10
20 '
Req « 100 I 100
30 80 12. Determine the equivalent resistance between terminals A and B. Show your transformation steps.
Also show the number of loops and nodes in the circuits. 1 10 20 ...
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2010 for the course ECE 112 taught by Professor Traylor during the Winter '09 term at Oregon State.
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