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Unformatted text preview: c (t) to v in (t). (15 points) 4 b) Now assuming R 1 =2.5K Ω , R 2 =10K Ω , g m =40 mS (4x102 Ω1 29 , and C=100pF, find v c (t) if v in (t)= 1V u(t) and V cc =+10V. (15 points) 5 Problem 3. (50 points) Second Order Circuits For the circuit below: a) Find a general differential equation for v c (t) for t>0. (20 points) 6 Additional workspace for (a) 7 FOR THE REST OF THIS PROBLEM: R 1 =1 K Ω R 2 = 0.5 Ω C=1 μ F L=1 μ H b) What are the TWO initial conditions for the solution of this circuit. (5 points) c) Find the forced solution v cf . (5 points) 8 d) Find the natural solution for v c {v cn (t)}. (10 points) 9 e) Find the complete solution including matching the boundary conditions. (10 points) 10 Additional workspace for (e)...
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This note was uploaded on 01/31/2011 for the course EECS 215 taught by Professor Phillips during the Spring '08 term at University of Michigan.
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