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Study guide for the First Exam
EE 302 Dr. Bruce McCann
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Physical basics: Know the definition and understand the units for charge, voltage, current, power, work, energy and re
Final Review
Problem 1. Conceptual Problems a) In the circuit below, resistor R is increased. What happens to the following quantities? (Circle the appropriate answer.)
R V R1 R2 R3
Power dissipated
Exam 3 Practice Problems 1. Using a series of source transformations, find Vo in the following circuit:
300V
Vo = 120.V
4 10A 6 40 10 + Vo 8 24
2. . Use a series of source transformations to find Io i
Consider the circuit below.
Unit 3: Other Circuit Analysis Techniques
Unit 3.4 - Negative Resistance
10V1
No independent sources To find Thvenin Equivalent, you must apply an independent source to the
The Operational Amplifier
In this lecture, you will learn:
Unit 3: Other Circuit Analysis Techniques
Unit 3.3 The Operational Amplifier
The characteristics of an ideal operational amplifier The applic
Thevnin Equivalent Circuits
The objectives of this lecture are to:
Unit 3: Other Circuit Analysis Techniques
Unit 3.2 - Thevnin Equivalent Circuits Maximum Power Transfer
Define what is meant by an eq
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EE302 Homework #3 Chapter 2, Problem 26. For the circuit in Fig. 2.90, io =2 A. Calculate ix and the total power dissipated by the circuit.
ix io 2 4 8 16
Chapter 2, Solution 26. If i16= io = 2A, the
EE302 Homework #1 Chapter 1, Problem 6. The charge entering a certain element is shown in Fig. 1.23. Find the current at: (a) t = 1 ms (b) t = 6 ms (c) t = 10 ms
Chapter 1, Problem 6 Solution.
(a) At
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Exam 2 Practice Problems
For Problems 1-21, use the figures at the end of this document. 1. Calculate the power dissipated by each resistor in Figure 1.
Resistor 2 10 5 8 3 Power 2.40W 0.100W 5.00W 6.
Exam 2 Practice Problems
For Problems 1-21, use the figures at the end of this document. 1. Calculate the power dissipated by each resistor in Figure 1.
Resistor 2 10 5 8 3 Power 2.40W 0.100W 5.00W 6.
Source Transformations
In this lecture, you will:
Unit 3: Other Circuit Analysis Techniques
Unit 3.1 Source Transformations
Learn to transform voltage sources and series resistors to current sources w
Solving Problems
Since the first exam, we have introduced two systematic techniques:
Unit 2: Node and Mesh Circuit Analysis
Unit 2.4 - Node Voltage Analysis vs. Mesh Current Analysis
Node Voltage Anal
Superposition
In this lecture, you will:
Unit 2: Node and Mesh Circuit Analysis
Unit 2.3 - Superposition
Learn the principle of superposition Learn how to apply the principle of superposition to solve
Exam 3 Practice Problems 1. Using a series of source transformations, find Vo in the following circuit:
300V
Vo = 120.V
4 10A 6 40 10 + Vo 8 24
2. . Use a series of source transformations to find Io i
Exam 3 Review Sheet Source Transformations
We can make a one-port network consisting of an independent voltage source and series resistor to be identical to a second one-port network consisting of an
Chapter 4, Problem 40. Find the Thevenin equivalent at terminals a-b of the circuit in Fig. 4.107. + Vo 10 k a 70 V + _ b
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20 k
4 Vo
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Figure 4.107 For Prob. 4.40. Solution. To obtain VTh, we apply
Power Calculations 1. Find the power produced or absorbed by each source.
Answer: Source
2A 80 V 100 V
Power
60 V
5A
2A 60V 80V 5A 100V
320.W 120.W 400.W 900.W 300.W
Absorbed or Delivered? Absorbed De