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DEPARTMENT OF EEE II B. Tech. (III Sem.) Network theorems & elements CONSOLIDATED TUTORIAL SHEET-1 1) State and explain the Thevenin’s theorem. 2) State and explain the Norton’s theorem. 3) Use Thevenin theorem to find the current I in the circuit shown below: ANS: 2/3 A 4) Use Thevenin theorem to find the power dissipated in the 5 resistor in the circuit shown below: A N S : 2 0 W 5) Obtain the Thevenin and Norton equivalent circuit as viewed from the terminals a-b in the circuit shown below: ANS: 23.73 V, 100 mA, 237.3 6) Find the Thevenin equivalent at the terminals a-b for the circuit shown below: A N S : V, (j 150) ° 4 . 108 1 . 158

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7) State and explain the superposition theorem. 8) State and explain the reciprocity theorem. 9) Use superposition theorem to fins I. Calculate the power delivered to the 3 resistor in the circuit shown below: ANS: 1.125 A, 3.80 W 10) Use superposition to find voltage V 0 in the circuit shown below: ANS: 49.5 V 11) Use superposition theorem to find the current I in the circuit below: ANS: (15.77 - j 8.917) A 12) In the circuit shown below find the reading of voltmeter V m . Interchange the position of the current source and voltmeter, and again find the voltmeter reading. Comment on your answers. ANS: V 45 0.785 V 51.3 0.71 ° ° 13) Find the current I in the circuit shown below and also verify the reciprocity theorem.
A N S : A ° 3 . 56 277 . 0 14)

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