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Final Exam
Fall 2012
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(b) The voltage v(t) (10 pts)
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Spring 2013
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Find y(t), t>0.
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7.1
Write the differential equation governing iL(t) for the circuit below.
7.2
Determine the differential equation governing ic(t) in the circuit below.
7.3
Determine the differential equation governing VOUT in the circuit below.
7.4
For the circuit shown
2.1. List which of the elements in the circuit below are in series.
2.2. List which of the elements in the circuit below are in series.
2.3. List which of the elements in the circuit below are in parallel.
2.4. List which of the elements in the circuit be
8.1
For the circuit shown, the switch moves from A to B at time t = 0.
a) Write the differential equation governing iL(t), t>0.
b) Determine initial conditions (t = 0+) on vc(t) and iL(t).
c) Determine final conditions (t) on vc(t) and iL(t).
8.2
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6.1
For the circuits below, sketch the voltage v(t) and express the function mathematically in
terms of unit step functions.
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6.2
The switch in the circuit below moves from position A to position B at time t = 0
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3.1
Use both nodal and mesh analysis to write a set of equations from which you can find I1,
the current through the 12 resistor. Do not solve the equations.
3.2
Use mesh analysis to find the current I flowing through the 10 resistor in the circuit
below.
5.1
For the circuit below find I, the current through the 16 resistor.
5.2
For the circuit shown, find Vout, the voltage across the 30k resistor.
5.3
For the circuit shown, find Vout.
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5.5
Find V in the circuit below.
4.1
The input to the circuit below is the current, U. The output is the current through the 10
resistor, I. Determine an input-output equation for the circuit.
4.2
Use superposition to determine the voltage V in the circuit below.
4.3
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