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ECE 201 - Hw 10 - F11 - Supplemental Problems

ECE 201 - Hw 10 - F11 - Supplemental Problems - 5 In the...

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Unformatted text preview: 5. In the following circuit determine V1. + v}; _ e + Q 2v F 9 f9 + (1) -11V (2) -5V (3) -1V (4) 0v (5) HR! (6) +5V (7) 11V 8. All resistors in the circuit shown below have the some resistance of 8 Q. Find the output voltage, Vow. (1) 1V (2) 3V (3) 5V (4) 7V (5} 8V (6) 9V (7} 11V (8) 13V E E 15V© e s; + 9. Find The current I, in the circuit shown below. (1) 1A (2) 2A (3) 3A (4) 4A (5) SA (6) 6A (7) 7A 10. In order to calculate the equivalent resistance of the network shown to the left below, we can add a 1A current source and calculate the voltage drop across the current source, as we show on the right side. V1 V1 + - + - 2 Q 2 .Q I A 3 VI 3 V1 Req With this hint, determine the equivalent resistance of the network on the left. 1) -4 Q 2) -3 Q 3) -2 Q 4) -1 Q S) 1 Q 6) 2 Q 339 gym 12. In the circuit shown, which one of the following equations relating to currents IA, 13, Ic and voltage Va is correct? (1) 4A+4QIA+1§2(IA—IB)+ZQ(IA—IC)=0 (2) IA=4A—11 (3) (IA—IB)IQ+IB3Q+IB7Q—O.3Vd=0 (4) (1C—IA)ZQ+(IB—IA)IQ+IB3Q+IB4Q+ICZQ=0 (5) 0.3Vd24A(2§2) (6) (IC—IA)ZQ+ICZQ=0 11. For the following circuit, select the correct equation relating V1, V2, and/or ix. lix (1) 1X :2A V—V —(1 2)+2i 19 X20 (2) —2A+ix+ (3) 2A+ix +(v1 —V2)1§1+2ix :0 V —V (4) 2A+ix+—( 1152 2)+2i=0 (5) —2iX +(V2 — V1)IQ+ v2 (49) = 0 VZ—V1+E:0 (6) ID 4!! ...
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