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elec101_hw01 - 2/4 Figure 8 9. Use Thevenin’s theorem to...

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Department of Electronic & Computer Engineering THE HONG KONG UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY ELEC101 BASIC ELECTRONICS Homework #1 (This Homework is not required to submit) 1. Given the network in Fig.1, find V 0 and I 0 . Figure 1 2. Find the equivalent resistance R eq of the circuit in Fig.2. Figure 2 3. Find the power absorbed in the 1 resistor in the circuit shown in Fig.3. Figure 3 4. Use nodal analysis to find I 0 in the network in Fig.4. Last updated: 10/9/2006 10:35:51 AM 1/4
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Figure 4 5. Use mesh equations to find V 0 in the network shown in Fig.5. Figure 5 6. Find V 0 in the network in Fig.6 using superposition. Figure 6 7. Use superposition to find V 0 in Fig.7. Figure 7 8. Use source transformation to find I 0 in the circuit in Fig.8. Last updated: 10/9/2006 10:35:51 AM
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Unformatted text preview: 2/4 Figure 8 9. Use Thevenin’s theorem to find V in the circuit in Fig.9. Figure 9 10. Use Thevenin’s theorem to find V in the network in Fig.10. Figure 10 11. Use Norton’s theorem to find I in the network in Fig.11. Figure 11 12. Apply Norton’s theorem to find I in the network in Fig.12. Last updated: 10/9/2006 10:35:51 AM 3/4 Figure 12 13. Consider the circuit shown in Fig.13. Assuming that the switch has been in position 1 for a long time, at time t=0 the switch is moved to position 2. Calculate the current i(t) for t>0 . Figure 13 14. Given the circuit shown in Fig.14, at t=0 the switch is opened. Calculate the current i(t) for t>0 . Figure 14 (END) Last updated: 10/9/2006 10:35:51 AM 4/4...
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