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Unformatted text preview: ECE 2300 CIRCUIT ANALYSIS HOMEWORK #4 1. a) Use the nodevoltage method to write a complete set of independent equations that could be used to solve this circuit. Do not attempt to simplify the circuit. b) Find i X . (PEQWS Module 3 Problem 1) i S1 = 0.3[A] + v S2 = 12[V] R 1 = 47[ W ] R 3 = 56[ W ] + v S1 = 25 v Y R 8 = 20[ W ] R 5 = 33[ W ] i S2 = 0.2 i X R 4 = 39[ W ] R 2 = 82[ W ] + v S3 = 5[V] R 6 = 22[ W ] R 7 = 27[ W ] i X v Y + 4.2 2. a) Use the nodevoltage method to write a complete set of independent equations that could be used to solve this circuit. Do not attempt to simplify the circuit. b) Find v X . (PEQWS Module 3 Problem 3) R 10 = 14[ W ] i S1 = 2[A] R 1 = 47[ W ] + v S1 = 3[W] i X R 6 = 13[ W ] R 9 = 6[ W ] i S5 = 5 i Q R 2 = 7[ W ] + v S4 = 11[V] R 11 = 15[ W ] R 8 = 19[ W ] i Q v X + i S2 = 8[A] R 4 = 12[ W ] i S3 = 9[A] R 3 = 10[ W ] + v S2 = 2 v X i S4 = 16[A] R 12 = 17[ W ] R 5 = 18[ W ] + v S3 = 4 v Q R 7 = 20[ W ] v Q + i X 4.3 3. a) Use the nodevoltage method to write a complete set of independent equations that could...
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