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Power across current source,
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is,
values in above equation, we get
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Substitute
values in above equation, we get
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a
Chapter 1, Problem 2PT
Comment
Step 3 of 8
(a) We need to determine the value of
The elements
are connected in series, so the current pass through
elements is same
The voltage
Substitute
is,
values in above equation, we get
Comment
Step 4 of 8
(b) We need
Chapter 1, Problem 2PT
(c)
From the above circuit we can make out that there are three nodes
Comment
Step 6 of 8
(d) The given circuit can be represented as
Comment
Step 7 of 8
Voltage across current source is can be calculated by applying KVL to loop 1
Given data,
Chapter 1, Problem 4PT
Comment
Step 3 of 5
(a) We need to determine value of
Apply KVL to loop in above circuit, we get
Substitute
values from given data in above, we get
Comment
Step 4 of 5
(b) We need to determine value of
The all elements a
Step 3 of 6
(a) We need to determine the value of
All elements in above circuit are in parallel, so voltage across all elements is same
Apply KCL at node a, we get
Comment
Step 4 of 6
(b) We need to determine power for each current source
In above circuit
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