HW3 - 3.53 Use a n-to-Y transformation to find the voltages...

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Unformatted text preview: 3.53 Use a n-to-Y transformation to find the voltages v1 “5”” and v: in the circuit in Fig. P153. MU IJ'ISIIH Figs" P353 3.56 a} Find the equivalent resistance Rab in the circuit in Fig P156 by using a it'i-to-‘itr transformation "' " involving the resistors R2, R3, and R4. h) Repeat {a} using a Y—to-d transformation involving resistors R2, R4, and R5. c} Give two additional n-to-Y or Y—to—fl. transfor- mations that could be used to find Rab. Figer H.515 1311 3.61 In the circuit in Fig. P3.fil(a} the device laheled D Hm; represents a component that has the equivalent cir- cuit shown in Fig. P1151 (blTlte labels on the termi- nals of D show how the device is connected to the circuit.Find v, and the power absorbed by the devim. Figure “.51 4.3 Use the node-voltage method to find 111 sod v; in PM! the circuit shown in Fig. P43. NIJLTJSIIH Figure NJ 4.13 a) Use the node-voltage method to find the fir“? branch currents itL — is to the circuit shown it: "”"”"'“ Fig. 134.13. h] Find the totsf power developed in the circuit. Figure MAS 4.17 3} Use the node-voltage method to find the tots! “3"” power developed to the circuit to Fig. 114.17. HULTEIII 13} Check your answer by finding the total power absorbed in the circuit. Fig"! M1? Iflfl Sfl 4.24 Use the nude-voltage metth to find the value at 1:0 PM! in the circuit in Fig, P424. I'IIJL'I'I'SIM Figure Put. 4.2? Use the nude-mirage method to find flu in the cf:— W'E cuit in Fig. P4527. HULTJSJH Figure PALE? ...
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HW3 - 3.53 Use a n-to-Y transformation to find the voltages...

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