hw3 - in figure 1. Each of the edges represents a component...

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EE2120 Spring 2003 - Homework 3 Instructions You must work every problem Start each problem on a new page and number every page Copy the problem statement and circuit or figure, when appropriate, and then begin the solution Turn this handout in together with your work Show all your work, including every intermediate step used in arriving to your solution Keep the graded homework in your files. If necessary after grading, attach to it new pages correcting your mistakes. Neatness counts WARNING: Points will be deducted if you do not follow the instructions Problem numbers refer to Irwin’s 7th edition. 1. Solve Problems 2.22, 2.29, 2.34, 2.48, 2.61, 2.81, 2.86 2. A circuit is assembled in the form of a cube. The nodes of the circuit are labeled as shown
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Unformatted text preview: in figure 1. Each of the edges represents a component connected between the corresponding nodes. (a) Give the number of independent node equations that can be written (b) Give the number of independent loop equations that can be written (c) Using the two index notation, identify all currents leaving node g (d) Using the two index notation for voltages write the KVL equation on the loop bfgcb (e) Using the notation introduced above (i.e., listing the nodes as you travel along the loop), identify at least 10 loops in the circuit a b c g f h e d Figure 1: Schematic of a circuit assembled as a cube...
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