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# 202-HW4 - University of Southern California Ming Hsieh...

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Unformatted text preview: University of Southern California Ming Hsieh Department of Electrical Engineering EE 202L - Linear Circuits Homework Set #4 Due in class, Thursday, 3 November Five problems (attached) from old exams. 0 _ A. Determine the Laplace transform that applies to the signal drawn below. a: (t) B. Determine :c(t) if 652 + 223 + 18 X(s) = (s + 1)(s2 + 53 + 6) W Consider the cascaded system drawn below. The following facts are known: 0 '01:“) = u(t) o 112(t) =(3 6’2‘ — 2 6—3» u. (t\ 3+5 0 H2(3)=3+3 . Determine v1(t). m A. Determine H (s) = 122/121 for the circuit drawn below. B. Identify all poles and zeros. C. Determine v2(t) if v1(t) = 4u(t). W A. Determine the impedance Z (s) as shown for the circuit drawn below. R. F'w-wc v.‘ ((-\ £1: 43‘ = f(t\ CI'M/nivt‘o W Determine vo(t) when ’Ui(t) = 2 u(t) Assume initial rest. ...
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