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First Order Dierential Equation
Consider a standard rst order dierential equation of the form,
dx
+ ax = f (t),
dt
where x is an unknown signal, f (t) is a known signal, and a is a constant. Let the above
equation represent a circuit or a system, and let
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1.
a.
b.
c.
d.
For Figure 1, answer the following:
How many essential nodes are ther
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1. Given the current and voltage shown in Figure 1 at the terminals of a circuit element:
a. What will b
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DUE: Monday, Feb. 6, 2017 in Class
Name: _
1. Given the electric circuit in Figure 1:
a. Find the current .
b. Find the vo
School of Engineering
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1. Given the electric circuit in Figure 1, determine if the following is [True] or
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Textbook: Electric Circuits
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Ninth Edition
Chapter 18
Two-Port Circuits
Two-Port Model
18.1 The
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For Figure 1, answer the following:
How many essential nodes are there and where are they in the circuit?
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1. Use a series of source transformation to find i0 in the circuit of Figure 1.
Figur
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1. Given the current and voltage shown in Figure 1 at the terminals of a circu
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1. Given the electric circuit in Figure 1, determine if the following is [True
Week 5: Lec. 8 & 9
Last Week: Example 2: Bridged Tee
Chapter 4.1 4.8 of the textbook, Electric Circuits
Outline:
The fixed-attenuator below is called a bridged tee.
Use Y- transformation to show Rab = RL if R = RL.
Also show that when R = RL, vo/vi = 0.
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Name: _SOLUTIONS_
1. Given the electric circuit in Figure 1:
a. Find the current .
b. Find the voltage .
c. Find the power
Feb. 6 & 8, Week 4:
Current-Divider Circuit
Read Ch. 3 of the textbook, Electric Circuits
Outline:
1. Current Divider
2. Ammeter & Voltmeter
3. Wheatstone Bridge
4. -y Equivalents
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Ninth Edition
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Introduction to Laplace Transform
The Lap
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Introduction to Laplace Transform
The Lap
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Analysis
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Response of First-Order
RL and RC Circuits
1
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last four digits of your RUID:
Consider the given circuit. Select as many Node Voltages as necessary. Write down as many equations
as necessary to determine all the node variables. You do not need to solve or even simp
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Problem 1: Construct both the magnitude and phase angle asymptotic plots for the transfer
function,
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.
H(s) =
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