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HW4 - ECE 2004 ‘ HW 4 Due 1 Use the principle of...

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Unformatted text preview: ECE 2004 ‘ HW 4 Due: 09/22/10 1. Use the principle of superposition to find to and v0 in the circuit shown in Fig. 1. A", (a Town 0494: warn“)! '50 PKG-g5 [‘50 (ii :130 mo 2. Use a series of 1.6L 3. Find the Thevenin equivalent with respect to terminals a and b for the circuit shown in — . I b .. OE ‘ 0 F1gs.3a and 3b. 7'62; +23% - 125.; +1.5 -0 @Bii—go—+3fl+i.5:o fi%-6fl.$=b 5 25 25 3.9-;l4.5' @C; 45+01-tre + ”£730 :0 4"“ zs B 60 - @0 U3 +,..--p—---—tr hva’ :b 2.0 (.0 a 31);, rfl:0 1'5" 60 30V 9; _ 3 —'— tr “23") b '33 60 0 e _ 7 H 0?. -0 (a) 6'15- 5 “53% - ”53' 5045 {rt—v0; @C Zfi-Zv—D+'5'U;*OLO 43 ;MSV ‘10 120 ,__ 2— 5 _ v- 30 ,13 .—-—+__ 1; o _ f I20 Leo L 60 ho Ts_ oz — v7: :2. LS 66 4); :60 V . 5051 1011 120. 4. Find the Norton equivalent with respect to terminals a and b for the circuit shown in Fig.4. Fig. 4 5. The variable resistor R0 in the circuit shown in Fig. 5 is adjusted for maximum power transfer to it. Find R0 and the maximum power that can be deiiVered to it. em 3.41m 52\ it o20mA 2km . Fig. 5 ...
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