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Unformatted text preview: the entire circuit. b. What is the power on V2 on Circuit 4, is it gaining or losing power? c. Now invert the polarity of V3, what is the current flowing on V2 ? 5. Some more resistive circuit problems. Circuit 5 is just circuit 4 with V3 replaced by a 2 mA current source pointing upwards . Find the currents and voltages on all components. 6. Circuit equations for capacitive and resistive elements. Using KVL,KCL and terminal relations in Figure 6A , show that the differential equation for the voltage on the capacitor is given by C R t v v C R C R dt dv s c c 1 2 1 ) ( 1 1 = + + 7. Circuit equations for capacitive and inductive elements. Using KVL,KCL and terminal relations in Figure 6B , show that the differential equation for the voltage on the capacitor is given by ) ( 2 2 t v v dt dv R L dt v d LC s c c c = + + Circuit 1. Circuit 2. Circuit 3. Circuit 4. Circuit 5. Circuit 6. (A: LEFT), and (B:RIGHT)...
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course ENEE 204 taught by Professor Gomez during the Fall '04 term at Maryland.
- Fall '04