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Unformatted text preview: ENME 350 Electronics and Instrumentation I Fall 2011 Problem 1 [25 pts] Short Answer. Include units! 3. Calculate the voltage VR1. Your answer should be a
number (no variables). KVL “‘0 +VrfZ :O VRl: \lrn : b. Calculate the current IR3 if R3 = R4. Your answer should
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in parallel with R2, will the voltage across R2 increase,
decrease, or stay the same? Circle the correct answer. VRZ increases Ra} in“ 34599, :ﬁmallav— MWWWWWM r, 2mg; VRZ stays the same KVL a"? W2 l. Exam 1 Page 2 of 10 Prof. D. Barker ENME 350 Electronics and Instrumentation I Fall 2011 Problem 2 [25 pts]. Find an algebraic expression for the Vth and Rth, Thevenin equivalent circuit,
in terms of the circuit elements l1, l2, R1, R2, R3, and R4. Write down your intermediate results and simplify your answer (no fractions of fractions). R1 M R2 R4 KCL Q M
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Pm Infinite A None of above Exam 1 Page 6 of 10 Prof. D. Barker ENME 350 Electronics and Instrumentation  Fall 2011 Problem 4 [25 pts]. A battery, which can be modeled by a Thevenin equivalent circuit, has an
open circuit voltage Vbatt. When a load resistor (RL) is connected across the battery terminals,
the output voltage across the battery drops to V0 = 4Vbatt/5. How much power is dissipated in
the Thevenin equivalent resistance of the battery in terms of Vbatg and RL? Write down your
intermediate results and simplify your answer (no fractions of fractions). i”““"‘"‘"’ WW" \Ia\ my ammo; lama“ : :9 
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elements Vs, Isl, lsz, and R. Write down your intermediate results and simplify your answer. .. __ _. _ ’  _ VA
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