EE302 node voltage review

EE302 node voltage review - currents entering as positive...

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Node Voltage Review Problems
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Some tips for writing KCL equations Label branch currents in all branches as I1, I2, I3…… Mark current directions as going left to right or up to down. Then write KCL for every node in terms of I1, I2, I3…., with currents entering as negative and currents leaving as positive. (This is just a convention – we could have
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Unformatted text preview: currents entering as positive and currents leaving as negative) Write I1, I2 in terms of the nodal voltages and resistor values. Remember current is written as the (V(from) V(to))/R Practice Problem Here we have taken currents leaving as positive and currents entering as negative. Practice Problem Practice Problem...
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