20111ee110_1_HW4 Solns

20111ee110_1_HW4 Solns - Homework 4 Solutions 1. Problem 1...

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Problem 1 Fig. 1 1: Problem 2 2. 2b. 1. Fig. 2. Fig. 2b. 2, 3. Problem 3 Homework 4 Solutions
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Problem 3 (cont’d.) 3a). 3a. 3b. Fig. 3 .
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Problem 4 V s
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Problem 5
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Problem 6
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Problem 6 (cont’d.) Problem 7
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Problem 8
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(a) Three reactive elements – one capacitor/voltage source loop => 2 natural frequencies. No capacitor/voltage-source cut-sets, no inductor/current source loops => 2 nonzero natural freqs. (b) Four reactive elements – one capacitor/voltage source loop => 3 natural frequencies. No capacitor/voltage-source cut-sets, no inductor/current source loops => 3 nonzero natural freqs. (c) Four reactive elements – no c/vs loops, no ind/cs cut-sets => 4 natural frequencies.
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This note was uploaded on 07/06/2011 for the course EE 110 taught by Professor Gupta during the Winter '08 term at UCLA.

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20111ee110_1_HW4 Solns - Homework 4 Solutions 1. Problem 1...

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