2300HW06 - ECE 2300 CIRCUIT ANALYSIS HOMEWORK #6 1. For the...

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ECE 2300 – CIRCUIT ANALYSIS HOMEWORK #6 1. For the circuit shown, calculate the Thévenin equivalent resistance with respect to terminals a and b. v S1 = 100[V] + - R 1 = 10[ ] R 2 = 20[ ] i S1 = 5 i X R 3 = 30[ ] + v S2 = 10[Ω] i X - R 4 = 40[ ] a b i X PEQWS Module 4 Problem 1 2. For the circuit shown, find the Thévenin equivalent circuit with respect to terminals a and b. Draw the Thévenin equivalent circuit. On the drawing, clearly show the terminals a and b, the value of the circuit elements, and the reference voltage for the Thévenin voltage source. v S1 = 100[V] + - R 3 = 40[ ] R 2 = 20[ ] a b i X R 1 = 10[ ] i S1 = 10 i X R 4 = 50[ ] R 5 = 100[ ] i S2 = 10[A] PEQWS Module 4 Problem 2
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3. a) Find the Norton equivalent as seen by the 22[k ] resistor. b) Attach the Norton equivalent that you found, to the 22[k ] resistor. Use this circuit to solve for i Q . v S1 = 100[V] + - i Q R 2 = 33[k ] i S2 = 12[mA] i S1 = 10 i X R 1 = 10[k ] R 4 = 18[k ] R 3 = 22[k ] i X PEQWS Module 4 Problem 3 4. The device in Figure 1 can be modeled with a voltage source in series with a resistance.
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2300HW06 - ECE 2300 CIRCUIT ANALYSIS HOMEWORK #6 1. For the...

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