110_1_hw06 - Problem 2(5pts Using Laplace transforms find...

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EE110 HW6 Due: 5/18 Tuesday Practice Problems Practice Problem 1. Find v 2 ( t ) in the circuit below. Practice Problem 2. Find v 0 ( t ) for circuits (a) & (b), and find i 0 ( t ) for (c) & (d). Practice Problem 3. Practice Problem 4 Practice Problem 5 Obtain H(s) = V 2 / V 1 for the circuit on the right.
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Graded Problems (6 problems) Problem 1 (5 pts) Determine v 1 ( t ) for the circuit below when, v s ( t ) = 10 cos (30 t ) V , C = 1/150 F, R = 28 Ohms, L 1 = 0.3 H, L 2 = 0.2 H, M = 0.1H
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Unformatted text preview: Problem 2 (5pts) Using Laplace transforms, find the response v ( t ) for t > 0 for the circuit below when v s ( t ) = 6 e-3t u ( t ) V. Problem 3 (5 pts) Problem 4 (5 pts) Problem 5 (10 pts) Problem 6 (10 pts) Design a circuit which takes [1-exp(-100t)]*u(t) V as the input signal and produces a constant -5V output. (Hint: Find transfer function and use op-amps) Practice Problem Solution Sol 1) Sol 2) Sol 3) Sol 4) Sol 5)...
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