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Unformatted text preview: Fall 2011 EE 40 ‘ Midterm 2 NAME: L283 W SSlD: Instructions
Read all of the instructions and all of the questions before beginning the exam. Draw 3 BOX or a CIRCLE around your answers to each problem.
Be sure to provide units where necessary. GOOD LUCK! "Pessimism is just an ugly word for pattern recognition.”
Anonymous Probiem 1 Quickie (12.5 points) a) In the box below, provide a symbolic expression for v9 for t > 0 if v(0) = 4 V. b) If Rf = 40 k0, R1 = 10 k0, C = 10 11F, and WC) = 4 V, write the expression for v0
for t > 0 in the BOX BELOW. (2.5 points) R1 "if a person offends you... do not resort to extremes,
simply watch your chance and hit him with a brick.”
~ Mark Twain
Problem 2 First order circuits Consider the circuit below. T=O 6kQ
2v Write It in the BOX BELOW. a) What is the value of V0 at t = 0+? (25 points) 9M) (5 points) b) Using whatever method you like (yes, anything, don’t raise your hand to ask if
you can use {a provide a symbolic exgression for the voitage Vo(t) for t > 0 in
the BOX BELOW. (17.5 points)  (Pr'i‘krf‘RQ't‘:
[/oﬂt) = “R3 6 4' c) Using the values provided in the figure, provide an expression for the voltage
Vo(t) for t > 0 in the BOX BELOW. (2.5 points) "Accept that some days you are the pigeon, and some days you are the statue. " David Brent, The Ofﬁce Problem 3 Second order circuits (40 points) Consider the circuit below. 6kg TENS ﬁL R1 J‘H. ksc'f‘hlc T?) W b) Is there a value for R1 such that the resonant circuit can be critically damped
for t > 1 us? (5 points) Please show your equations clearly. If YES, write the value here: if N0, provide an expression that
shows why not here: 01‘ L_(T+c25+ th) J(Iw+ Ianék’" (WE) “ “Lloyd,
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