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# HW3 - Note that phasor notation cannot be used because the...

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Homework #3 Due Monday, Feb. 8, 2010 1. Find the equivalent impedance between points a and b, expressed as a phasor. Assume that the angular frequency of the source connected to the impedances is 30 rad/s. 2. Find the equivalent impedance between points a and b, expressed as a phasor. Assume that the angular frequency of the source connected to the impedances is 1 Mrad/s. 3. Find the voltages and current.

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Unformatted text preview: Note that phasor notation cannot be used because the voltage source is a d.c. supply. 4. Find the voltage and currents in phasor notation, where = 100 rad/s. 30 sin( t + 10 o ) mA 5. Find the voltages and current in phasor notation, where = 10 krad/s. 6. Find the voltage and currents in phasor notation, where = 50 krad/s. 10 cos( t + 45 o ) V o V 30 30...
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