Lec5 - Fig 5-8 The equivalent resistance exists but we will...

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Lecture 5 figures 1 Fig. 5-1: Equivalent circuits. Fig. 5-2: Equivalent networks. Fig. 5-3: A single-loop circuit. Fig. 5-4: Reduce this simple single-loop circuit to its equivalent circuit.
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Lecture 5 figures 2 Fig. 5-5: Reduce this simple single-node-pair circuit to its equivalent. Fig. 5-6: Find the equivalent resistance. Fig. 5-7: Find the equivalent resistance.
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Unformatted text preview: Fig. 5-8: The equivalent resistance exists, but we will need a more general technique (later) to find it. Lecture 5 figures 3 Fig. 5-9: A resistive voltage divider. Fig. 5-10: Use voltage division to find V . Fig. 5-11: Current division. Fig. 5-12: Use current division to find I . Fig. 5-13: Previous example, applying current division. Find I 3 ....
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Lec5 - Fig 5-8 The equivalent resistance exists but we will...

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