234395-linear-simultaneous-equations.doc - Unit 1 Mathematics for engineering LO1 Understand the application of algebra relevant to engineering problems

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Unit 1: Mathematics for engineering LO1: Understand the application of algebra relevant to engineering problems Linear simultaneous equations Activity 1 Solve the equations by re-writing them as linear simultaneous equations, to find the values of currents I 1 and I 2 Version 1 Kirchhoff’s Laws can be used to analyse the voltages and currents flowing through parts of a circuit like the one shown in the picture. Part of the circuit is illustrated here – which includes two voltage sources and three resistors. When Kirchhoff’s Laws are applied the currents are as follows: 10 V = 7I
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