LR 1 We set up the circuit as the Figure 4.1 had drawn out. Once the circuit was set up, we then made the capacitors and the multimeter, a very small resistor, in parallel. Then since a capacitor and a resistor share the same voltage, the read out fr
LR 1 From part one we found that the vo1 value was 2.5 volts. So then we applied that voltage to the circuit that was drawn out on Figure 6.1(b). Then we measured v02 with the multimeter and the value was 1.251. There was no error in our values compa
Chapter 2, Solution 22
Find V9 in the circuit in Fig. 2.86 and the power absorbed by the dependent
source.
2 V9
Figure 2.86
For Prob. 2.22
Solution
At the node. KC L requires that [Vo.-"10]+[25]+[2 V0] = 0 or 2.1 V0 = 25
or V0 = 11.905 T
The curren
In Problem 4.42, the solution manual uses a technique named `wye-delta
transformation to find the equivalent resistance. This technique was not covered in the
lectures. However, you can still find the equivalent resistance even without knowing this
techni
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Chapter 1:
1.7,
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Chapter 2:
2.22
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Chapter 4:
4.37,
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Chapter 7:
7.7
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Chapter 8
8.3
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Chapter 3:
3.54
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Chapter 5:
5.23
Chapter 3, Solution 3.
Att
= 0'. um = 0. Consider the circuit shown in Figure {a}. ilt') = 0. and Him") =
0. But. -sR(O')+ rell") + 10 = ID. or ch'} = -10V.
(3)
(b)
(c)
At t = 0+. since the inductor current and capacitor voltage cannot change ab