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Unformatted text preview: Problems 2.6 and2.8. Answer: (a) 10 V5 W; (b) 40 mS,0.6 A; (c) 40 mA,200 v 2.3 eonstruction cf a e ireuit iv!*dei We have already slated lhat onc reason for an interest in the basic circuit elements is thal they can be uscd 1o construct circuit models of practical systens.Thc skill rcqujred 1o develop a circuitmodel ofa device orsysten is as conplex as thc skill rcquired to solve the derived circuit. Although this text emphasizes thc skills required to solve circuits,I'ou also will need other skills in the practice of clcctrical engineering, and one of the most impoilanl is modeling. We deveiop circuit models in the next two cxamples. ln Exampie 2.1 we construcl a circuit modei based on a knowledge ofthc bchavior of the system's components and how the componenls are intcrconncctcd. ln Example2.5 we create a circuit model bymeasuring thc tcrminalbehavior...
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This note was uploaded on 07/05/2010 for the course EE 100 taught by Professor Boser during the Spring '07 term at University of California, Berkeley.
- Spring '07