213_excredit_s10 - using any two methods you like OR by...

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EE 213 – Extra Credit – 10 points Due Thursday, March 25 th at 5:00pm (under my door) NOTE: You must make a reasonable attempt at every problem in order to receive any credit. 1. You have a 12 V, a 4 V, and a 9V battery. You need to apply 7 V to a circuit. Can you do it with the batteries you have? How? (use words and/or drawings). 2. You are given an unknown element (see below) with the following I-V relationship: i(v)=3v - 6. Is the element linear? Is it active or passive? Explain your answer. (Hint – plot the i-v curve.) 3. For the following two circuits, solve for the required voltage or current
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Unformatted text preview: using any two methods you like OR by using nodal or mesh analysis and solving for power delivered/absorbed by each element. . Show that your answers match with reasonable round off error. Do not attempt only one method or you will get zero credit. + v-i unknown element Find I o . (Best methods are mesh and superposition) 5 10 2 1A 4 1 +-+-20 V 12 V 6 2A +-10 V I o Find V o . (Best methods are Thevenins and mesh) 1 1 1A 1 2 4 A 2V x 2 1 1 2 -V X + + V o-...
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This note was uploaded on 12/14/2011 for the course EE 213 taught by Professor English during the Spring '10 term at University of Alabama - Huntsville.

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