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Unformatted text preview: (b) (15pts)Determine the maximum power power, P M , that can be transferred to the load resistance R L . Prepared by Dr. Jorge L. Aravena. Last revised on April 11, 2002 4 3. (30pts) For the circuit in the ﬁgure, use V S = 12 V,a = 0 . 5 ,R = 3 k Ω.++ R R L R S V O V +O aV (a) (20pts) Determine the value of the resistance R L for maximum power tansfer. (b) (10pts)For the value of resistance, R L = 10 k Ω, determine the power absorbed or supplied by the independent voltage source. Prepared by Dr. Jorge L. Aravena. Last revised on April 11, 2002 5 4. (25pts) For the circuit in the ﬁgure use R 1 = 2 k Ω ,R 2 = 4 k Ω ,a = 0 . 002. 1 R 2 R x V +x aV A B (a) (15pts) Determine its Thevenin equivalent at terminals AB (b) (10pts) A 10 mA ideal current source is connected at terminals AB . Determine the power absorbed or supplied by the dependent current source ....
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 ARAVENA
 Thévenin's theorem, Voltage source, Current Source, Jorge L. Aravena, Dr. Jorge L. Aravena, Dr. Jorge L.

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