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Unformatted text preview: 0.29, solutions. [30“; 5 Quiz 2 1313215, Spring 2002
Instructions
1. This quiz is closed book, closed notes. No calculators are allowed. You have until 9:20 am. and no later to complete the quiz. Please pace yourself; the weight for each question
is listed next to the question. 2. Please put your REAL NAME in the block at the bottom of this cover page and on the top
of subsequent pages. Your signature and name on the last page indicate your compliance
to UW academic honesty policies and your acceptance of these instructions. Absolutely
no academic dishonesty of any sort will be tolerated in EE215! 3. Explain your work clearly using pencil only. Illegible work will not be graded. Answers provided without explanation will also not be graded.
4. Good Luck! TOTAL /100 NAME sow .‘ms Page 1 of6 May 13, 2002 Write the necessary equations to solve for i in the following circuit using nodal analysis. DO
NOT SOLVE. 400 Node n; ts—VA +o,: V9 __ <0
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Problem 1 (25 points)
5 Page 2 of6 May 13, 2002 Quiz 2 E13215, Spring 2002
Problem 2 (25 points) a. Write the necessary equations to solve for Vout = vlV2 in the following circuit using
mesh analysis. DO NOT SOLVE.
b. Explain mathematically, using appropriately solved equations from your answer in (1) how decreasing R6 affects v2. q) ngl (I)
R‘ (In—Is) * RQIQ, "‘ RC0 (Ic’Ie) =0 (2)
R3(InIg) 'ROCIc’ie)‘RL‘ Ic=O (5) VI: R3 (IDA—IQ) (q)
Va :RLl I0 (5)
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(b) 16:35.
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— _. Rq V2.3 _‘
,RsClwfa/Rq) Rg (\r‘z/Rq IS) (E)_O
)Rl’RlIQ‘RaIef—Rivz’chrezo
Ru
I5(RI+RQrRC)= EEL’IFZrRI
Rut
RC.
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>Rs  R3 m, R0 ace/R U +9.
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Rq m E v1 J" 7  V; :0
2l+£z+RQa Page 3 of 6 May 13, 2002 Quiz 2 Problem 3 (25 points) a. Find the Thevenin equivalent of the following circuit with respect to the terminals a and b
b. What is the condition for maximum power to be transferred to the load.. EE215, Spring 2002 QL: Page 4 of6 May 13, 2002 Quiz 2 EE215, Spring 2002 Problem 4 (25 points)
Find the Norton equivalent of the following circuit with respect to the load RL. 1000 500 SV 1000 1000 0
0 RL Smﬁ Q. 5V Page 5 of6 May 13, 2002 EE215, Spring 2002 QuiZZ Additional work
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RHQa+R® Rt" RI+QQ+R®
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 Spring '05
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