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Fall04_hw1 - ENEE 204 Fall 2005 HW #1 Due: In class Sept....

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ENEE 204 Fall 2005 HW #1 Due: In class Sept. 13, 2005 Problem 1. State, in words, the meaning of equations 1-12 in Lecture 1, page 7. Do not give an essay. No more than two sentences each. Problem 2: Simple Circuit Consider the circuit shown below. The unit of the battery is in Volts and the resistor is k . (kiloOhms). a. What is the current flowing through each resistor? b. What is the voltage drop across each resistor? c. What is power dissipated on each resistor. Problem 4: Applying terminal relations for Capacitor Voltage across a 1 μ F capacitor is varies in time according to the relation (ms=10 -3 secs): ms t V ms t ms t ms V V ms t ms V V ms t ms t ms V V ms t V 7 ; 0 7 6 ; 1 10 6 4 ; 10 4 2 ; 2 10 2 0 ; 0 = < - = < = < = < = a. Plot V(t) vs. t. Label the axis on your graph clearly. b. Using appropriate terminal relation calculate and plot the current flowing into the capacitor as a function of time. Label the axis on your graph clearly.
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Problem 5. Applying terminal relations for Inductor
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