20111ee110_1_HW3 Solns

20111ee110_1_HW3 Solns - Consider the 2-ohm &...

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Problem 1 Problem 2 Homework 3 Solutions
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Problem 2 (cont’d.)
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Problem 3 Problem 4
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Problem 4 (cont’d.) Problem 5
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Problem 5 (cont’d.) ( by Tellegen’s Corrollary ) Problem 6 Problem 7 ( by Tellegen’s Corrollary ) [ Hint:
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Unformatted text preview: Consider the 2-ohm & 4-ohm resistors as a part of N. ] Problem 8 8 Fig. 8 Fig. 9 Now we can compute the complex power supplied by the dependent source: And from V 1 above: Problem 9 Problem 10...
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20111ee110_1_HW3 Solns - Consider the 2-ohm &...

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