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Experiment-03-C-PostLab_2

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Sarah Experiment 3: Voltage Dividers and Thévenin's Theorem Experiment 3 Voltage Dividers And Thévenin's Theorem Post-Lab Report Voltage Divider Design Design a voltage-divider circuit, similar to that shown in Fig. B.1, for a 6-V regulated power supply which mustfeed a 3 mA load at 4.4V. The bleeder current should be 2 mA (approximately). Draw the circuit diagram, showing all values of voltage, current, and resistance. Measured R 1 R 2 R L Drawing Area: Jpeg Format Image Field Print Form 320 ohms 2200 ohms 1466.7 ohm

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Sarah Experiment 3: Voltage Dividers and Thévenin's Theorem Question 1: Refer toTable A.1. How does the load current vary with the load resistance R L ? Explain why Question 2: Refer to Table A.1. What is the effect on bleeder current I 1 as the load current increases? Explain why. Question 3: What is the effect on the voltages V A and V B at the divider taps as the load current increases ? Explain why The current and the resistance are inversely proportional, when the current increases, the load decreases and vise versa... The bleeder current and the load current are inversely proportional, when one increase the other
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