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Name:__________________________________________ Massachusetts Institute of Technology Department of Nuclear Science and Engineering Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science 22.071/6.071 – Introduction to Electronics, Signals and Measurement Spring 2006 Quiz 1 Please write your name on each page of the exam in the space provided Please verify that there are 12 pages in your exam. To the extent possible, do your work for each question within the boundaries of the question or on the back side of the page preceding the question. Extra pages are also provided for computation. Note that the total number of points is 100. Closed book. No Calculators 22.071/6.071 Spring 2006 Quiz#1 Page: 1

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Name:__________________________________________ Problem 1 - (10 points) For the Wheatstone bridge circuit shown below determine the Thevenin equivalent circuit seen by resistor RL. R1 R3 R2 R4 RL Is 22.071/6.071 Spring 2006 Quiz#1 Page: 2
Name:__________________________________________ Problem 2 - (15 points) Using nodal analysis, derive and put in matrix form the equations for the node voltages of the following circuit. Vs R1 R2 R3 R4 R5 v1 v2 v3 22.071/6.071 Spring 2006 Quiz#1 Page: 3

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Name:__________________________________________ Problem 3 - (10 points) Signals
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