EECS 215 W08 Problem Set 9

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1 EECS 215 W08 Problem Set #9 Assigned: Monday, 31-March-2008 Due: Monday, 7-April-2008 Homework is due at the beginning of lecture. Reading Assignment: Chapters 9, 10, 11 1. A&S3 9.8 – Calculate these expressions and provide your answers in both rectangular and polar form . 2. A&S3 9.12 Note: ( )* is notation for complex conjugate (see p.378, Eq.9.18g of A&S3). 3. A&S3 9.19 4. A&S3 9.35 Using phasors, find the current i(t) in the circuit below when v s ( t )= 50 cos 200 t V.
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2 5. A&S3 9.73 – Determine the equivalent impedance of the circuit below. Since you cannot reduce with series/parallel, you will need to apply a test current/voltage to determine Z ab . 6. A&S3 10.4 – Using phasors, determine i 1 (t) in the circuit below. 7. A&S3 10.9 – Use phasors and nodal analysis to find v 0 (t) for the circuit below. 8. A&S3 10.21 – For each of the circuits below, find V O /V i for ω =0, ω →∞ , and ω 2 =1/LC.
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3 9. The “challenge” problem ( worth two problems )! For the circuit below, a) Find the general differential equation for v o (t)
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