EEN201_Test4_Fall2009

# EEN201_Test4_Fall2009 - Name UM C UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI...

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Unformatted text preview: Name: UM C# : UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING EEN 201 -— ELECTRICAL CIRCUIT THEORY Test N0. 4 Attempt all problems. Show all work. The use of books or notes is not allowed Total: 100 points. 1. In the circuit shown below, the input voltage Vi(t) = —2cos(5t) mV, R1 = 49 K9, R2 = 1 KO, R3 = 100 Q, R4 = l KS2. Determine and plot the output voltage, V0(t). (40 points) 10/20/2009 MSS 2. In the circuit shown below, R1 = 5 K9, R2 = 1 K9, R3 = 100 Q, V1 = 5 V, V2 = 2 V and V3 = 20 V. Determine the value of resistor Rf so that the power consumed by resistor R3 is 1 Watt. (40 points) 3. For the circuit shown below Rf = 100 KQ, R2 = 100 Q, and it is required that v0 = 1000(V2 ~ V1). Determine the values of resistors R1 and R3 necessary to achieve that. (20 points) q 3 ...
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