Homework 26 (40pts):
Find the v(0-), v(0+), i(0-), and i(0+) for each of the following circuits.
Note: the current source is open when t<0
Note: the current source is open when t>0
Chapter 2, Problem 22.
In the simple circuit shown in Fig. 2.33, the same current flows through each
element. If Vx=1 V and VR =9 V, compute:
(a) the power absorbed by element A
(b) the power supplied by each of the two sources
(c) Does the total power su
k1.281% each of the seven devices 111 the circuit of Fig. P1. 28,
determine whether the device is a supplier or a recipient of
power and how much power it is supplying or receiving.
Figure P128: Circuit for Problem 1.28.
1.35 T e voltage across a de
Superposition and Thevnin Equivalent circuits
1.) Superposition Theorem
Problem statement: Verify the law of superposition in determining I3 (the current
through R3 with a direction reference pointing downward) in th
Ethics and the Engineering Profession
Homework #9 Ethical Analysis
Edward Snowden is an American computer professional and former Central Intelligence Agency
(CIA) employee, who copied and leaked classified information 1 about an unco
ECE 201 - Lab 8: RLC Circuit
Objective: The purpose of this lab exercise is to examine the performance of an RLC circuit under
source-free and driven conditions.
Lab report: No Lab report
Assignment: Test the following
Ch. 8 Loops and Branches
It is difficult to predict branches.
Branch / Branch with Link
Bcfw_Lcfw_<cond> <target address>