EE 411 - t=0, v (t=0) = 0 Name:

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Name: _________________________________________________ Page:1 EE411 – Summer 2008, Test 1 Please, show all your work on the test sheets. A correct answer without supporting work gets no credit. One sheet of notes is permitted. Write your name in all pages. Do not un- staple. You have 60 minutes to complete the test. Problem 1 (35 points) For the circuit in the next figure, sketch v 01 (t) . Using v 01 (t) as your input voltage for the next circuit, sketch the output voltage v 0 (t) considering that at the initial time
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Unformatted text preview: t=0, v (t=0) = 0 Name: _________________________________________________ Page:2 EE411 Summer 2008, Test 1 Problem 2 (30 points) Find out the equation for i(t) with t for the circuit in the next figure. Notice that the two switches move at the same time. Name: _________________________________________________ Page:3 EE411 Summer 2008, Test 1 Problem 3 (35 points) Find the Thevenin and Norton equivalents for the dc circuit in the next figure....
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