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Errata for Electric Circuits by Alexander and Sadiku old

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1 Errata for Electric Circuits by Alexander and Sadiku Second Edition (August 2003, Revised September 11) Prepared by Dr. Ramakant Srivastava University of Florida Errors in the Text Only (Errors in Appendix F Listed Separately) Page 66 Prob. 2.21: The answer in the Text is for 10 Ohm resistor in place of 1 Ohm. Page 69 Prob. 2.44 needs delta-wye transformation. Move it to Section 2.7. Page 71 Prob. 2.54: Change the 15-Ohm resistor to 150 Ohms. Page 115 Prob. 3.26: Change 3 V to 3 A in the Figure. Page 120 Prob. 3.57: Remove the short across the 4-k resistor. Page 122 Prob. 3.71: The units of 12-V source should be V, not A. Page 136 Example 4.7: Figure 4.21(a) should have v x near the dependent source. Page 146 Example 4.12: In the solution, value of R N is wrong. It should be 5 Ohms. Page 161 Prob. 4.5: Show the reference for v 0 . Page 163 Prob. 4.24: V 0 is not specified in Prob. 4.11. Show it in the Figure. Page 163 Prob. 4.29: Source transformation is unnecessary. Only Ohm’s law is needed. Page164 Prob. 4.37: Remove the short across the current source. Page 166 Prob. 4.55: I should be specified to be in mA. The dependent source is 0.001 V ab. Page 167 Prob. 4.63: Units of the 20- resistor are wrong. Page 168 Prob. 4.69: The dependent source should be 3v 0 /1000. Page 171 Prob. 4.98: Practice Prob. 4.20 should be replaced by 4.18. Page 177 Practice Prob 5.1: Wrong sign in the answer for i 0 . Page 199 Prob. 5.1: Open-loop gain should be 8x10 4 to be consistent with the answer. Page 199 Prob. 5.8(b) is bad. There is no unique answer. Page 202 Prob. 5.30: In the statement, 20-Ohms should be 20-kiloOhms.
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