# hw3 - ˘ 10 V x ± r 1 V s ˆ r 4 ˜ r 5 ¯ r 6 r 7 ` r 3 r...

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University of California, Berkeley Fall 2010 EE 42/100 Prof. A. Niknejad Problem Set 3 Due Friday (5pm), September 24, 2010 1. Solve for all node voltages using nodal analysis. Verify with superposition. 3A ± 30Ω 60Ω ` 10Ω 1A 2. Solve for all node voltages using nodal analysis. ± ` 15Ω ´ 30Ω ˆ 10Ω 20Ω 2A 20Ω 3. Solve for all node voltages using nodal analysis. - + 5V 20Ω - + 8 V x 10Ω 30Ω - + 10 V 40Ω 80Ω + V x - 4. Solve for all node voltages using nodal analysis. Verify with superposition

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1A 35Ω 20Ω 2A 15Ω 25Ω - + 4 V x 100Ω - V x + 5. Setup a matrix of equations in the form Ax = b using nodal analysis. The vector x = ( v 1 v 2 · · · ) T (use the node numbers given in the schematic).
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Unformatted text preview: ˘-+ 10 V x ± r 1-+ V s ˆ r 4 ˜ r 5 ¯ r 6 r 7 ` r 3 r 9 + V x-I s r 2 ´ 5 i 1 r 8 i 1 6. Find the Thevenin and Norton equivalents for the following circuit. Use superposition. 40Ω 10Ω 6A-+ 9V 15Ω 7. Find the optimal load resistance to maximize power transfer into the load when the source is described by a Norton equivalent generator. What is the maximum power available from the source? 2 8. Find the Thevenin and Norton equivalents for the following circuit. Use superposition. ± 20Ω 40Ω-+ 5V 50Ω 2A-+ 10V 20Ω 10Ω 1A ` 3...
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hw3 - ˘ 10 V x ± r 1 V s ˆ r 4 ˜ r 5 ¯ r 6 r 7 ` r 3 r...

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