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7 the diameter of wires should be increased (keep the old length). ࠵? 7 = [3] Keep the wires that were given originally; increase ࠵? \$%& to its new value ࠵? \$%&, 89: = V. To get credit, show your work for every Part of this Problem.

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2019 Winter EECS 314 HW problem 01 Student’s name: ____________________ Discussion section # _______ (last, first; use ink) © 2019 Alexander Ganago Page 2 of 2 Last printed 1/9/19 12:35:00 PM File: 19a HW p01 VIP.docx Advice Refer to book pages 79 – 106 (in 2018 edition). Before starting to work on this HW problem, do the online Quizzes in Module 1, especially: o “Power in 1 R” o “V division” o “R EQ 1) Calculate the circuit variables (VIP) at the given setting of ࠵? \$%& . 2) Determine whether at this setting of ࠵? \$%& and the given ࠵? value, the circuit absorbs enough power for operation. 3) If the power absorbed by the load is not enough for operation, explore the options: a. Shorten the wires (by how much?) b. Replace the given wires with thicker ones (how much thicker?) c. Increase the power supply voltage to ࠵? \$%&, 89: > 5 ࠵? (how much higher?) For Part Three, use the following equation (book page 200), which relates the electric resistance to the non-electric parameters: ࠵? = ࠵? ∙ ࠵? ? @ ࠵? ∙ (࠵? ) E Here, ࠵? is the length of the wire; ࠵? is the diameter of the wire; ࠵? is the material property called resistivity. This equation is valid if the entire wire … o
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