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Robertazzi-271-midte - Your name Midterm ESE 271 Summer 2009 Robertazzi Answer all questions Each question is worth 9 points Total is 45 pts Hand

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Unformatted text preview: Your name: Midterm ESE 271 Summer 2009 Robertazzi Answer all questions. Each question is worth 9 points. Total is 45 pts. Hand in questions 1-3 in pile A, hand in questions 4-5 in piie B. FILE A 1. Showing all steps and intermediate circuits, find the equivaient capacitance of this circuit. 9F Your name: 2. Find the Norton and Thevenin equivalent of this circuit by finding the short circuit current, open circuit voltage and R (Thevenin/Norton). Show all intermediate steps/circuits. Your name: 3. Using superposition, find i and v, the current and voltage for the right 4 ohm resistor. Show all intermediate circuits and calculations. LIN J/\. 3 \/ 6 3 AM PILE B Your name: 4. Find all nodal voltages. Show all work. V I U V‘L gum Your name: 5. The circuit has been running for a long time. Find DC currents i1, i2 and i3. Show work and any intermediate circuit(s). J V)” na/ fflv cd/Qfl fix} Joy/e/ ‘N; 3w 9 ((4, (:1. /0)\ 7 r / .17 \_____ ...
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This note was uploaded on 06/05/2011 for the course ESE 271 taught by Professor Zemanian during the Summer '08 term at SUNY Stony Brook.

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Robertazzi-271-midte - Your name Midterm ESE 271 Summer 2009 Robertazzi Answer all questions Each question is worth 9 points Total is 45 pts Hand

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