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Unformatted text preview: 1 EE2120 TEST No. 3 November 4, 2004 NAME (please print) SSN INSTRUCTIONS Failure to follow these instructions may result in your work NOT being accepted for credit. • DO NOT OPEN THIS TEST UNTIL THE INSTRUCTOR TELLS YOU • All work is individual. Concentrate on your own paper at all times • STOP WORKING AS SOON AS THE INSTRUCTOR TELLS YOU • When instructed, walk to the front and leave your work on the instruc- tor’s desk • If you finish ahead of time, walk to the front and leave your work on the instructor’s desk • SHOW ALL YOUR WORK VERSION 1 Prepared by Dr. Jorge L. Aravena. Last revised on November 4, 2004 2 1. (35 pts)For the circuit in the figure use R 1 = R 2 = R 3 = 2 k Ω. If V S = 12 V,I s = 4 mA (a) (15pts) Compute the voltage V AB using source superposition . NOTE: You can use other techniques but the maximum score will then be 5pts (b) (10pts) If terminals A,B are short-circuited determine the current, I AB , through the shortcircuit (c) (5pts) What resistance...
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