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EEN201_Test5_Fall_2007 - 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 No. 5 Attempt all problems. Show all work. The use of books or notes is not allowed Total: 100 points. 1. Find Z in the following network. (20 points) 1 1/7/2007 MSS vol’rs 2. In the following network, let VS‘ = 24 sin(cot + 7t/2). Determine V0, Plot a phasor diagram that includes V5, V0 and lo. (40 points) 3. Use Norton’s theorem to find 10 in the circuit shown below. (40 points) ...
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