Problem Set 3 Calculus 1
Abdullah Khalid, Hassan Bukhari
December 3, 2010
Thomas Calculus, Exercise 2.6
1. The function is not continuous at x = 2 because the function is not dened at x = 2. Hence the function is not continuous on the internal [-1,3]. 2.
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The Analysis and Design of Linear Circuits
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First- and Second-Order Circuits
Exercise Solutions
Exercise 71. Find the time constant TC for circuit C3 in Figure 74.
For an RL parallel circuit, the time constant is the equivalent induct
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Signal Waveforms
Exercise Solutions
Exercise 51. Write an expression using unit step functions for the waveform in Figure 56.
The signal has a positive transition with a magnitude of 10 at t
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Active Filter Design
Exercise Solutions
Exercise 141. Develop a second-order low-pass transfer function with a corner frequency of 50 rad/s, a
dc gain of 2, and a gain of 4 at the corner f
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AC Power Systems
Exercise Solutions
Exercise 161. Using the reference marks in Figure 161, calculate the average and reactive power for the
following voltages and currents.
(a). v(t) = 168
The Analysis and Design of Linear Circuits
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Active Circuits
Exercise Solutions
Exercise 41. Find the output vO in terms of the input vS in the circuit in Figure 45.
Apply Ohms law to compute the source current ix .
ix =
vS
RS + RP
App
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Fourier Analysis
Exercise Solutions
Exercise 131. Find the Fourier coecients for the rectangular pulse wave in Figure 131.
Compute each coecient.
a0 =
an =
bn =
1
T0
2
T0
2
T0
T0 /2
f (t)d
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Sinusoidal Steady-State Response
Exercise Solutions
Exercise 81. Convert the following sinusoids to phasors in polar and rectangular form:
(a). v(t) = 20 cos(150t 60 ) V
By inspection, in po
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Capacitance and Inductance
Exercise Solutions
Exercise 61. A 1-F capacitor has no voltage across it at t = 0. A current owing through the capacitor
is given as iC = 2u(t) 3u(t 2) + u(t 4)A.
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Introduction
1.1
Exercise Solutions
Exercise 11. Given the pattern in the statement 1 k = 1 kilohm = 1 103 ohms, ll in the blanks in
the following statements using the standard decimal prexes.
(
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Circuit Analysis Techniques
Exercise Solutions
Exercise 31. The reference node and node voltages in the bridge circuit of Figure 33 are vA = 5 V,
vB = 10 V, and vC = 3 V. Find the element vo
The Analysis and Design of Linear Circuits
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Basic Circuit Analysis
Exercise Solutions
Exercise 21. A 6-V lantern battery powers a light bulb that draws 3 mA of current. What is the resistance
of the lamp? How much power does the lante
PSpice Assignment
Introduction
Voltage division is an application of Kirchhoffs Laws. A voltage divider and current divider will be
designed. In electronics or EET, a voltage divider is also Known as potential divider and is a linear circuit
that produces
Series and Parallel Combinations
Objective of Lecture
Explain how voltage sources in series may be
combined.
Explain how current sources in parallel may be
combined.
Explain under what conditions voltage sources in
parallel and current sources in serie
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Department of Electrical Engineering Calculus I November 2, 2010
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Laplace Transforms
Exercise Solutions
Exercise 91. Find the Laplace transform of v(t) = 7u(t) V.
Apply the denition of a Laplace transform.
7u(t)est dt
V (s) =
0
=
0
7est dt
7est
s
=
0
=
7
7
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Network Functions
Exercise Solutions
Exercise 111. The network function for a circuit is
T (s) =
10s
s + 100
Find the zero-state response v2 (t) when the input waveform is v1 (t) = cos(50t
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Two-Port Networks
Exercise Solutions
Exercise 171. Find the impedance parameters of the circuit in Figure 173.
Let port 2 have an open circuit so that I2 = 0. Solve for z11 and z21 .
z11 =
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s-Domain Circuit Analysis
Exercise Solutions
Exercise 101. Transform the circuit of Figure 107(a) into the s domain and solve for the voltage vC (t)
if vS (t) = VA et u(t) V and vC (0) = V
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Frequency Response
Exercise Solutions
Exercise 121. A transfer function has a passband gain of 25. At a particular frequency in its stopband,
the gain of the transfer function is only 0.00
Lab - #1
Kirchhoffs Voltage and Current Lab
Introduction
This report aims to validate a simple three -loop voltage of law and Kirchhoffs current
law, Kirchhoff through the construction of the circuit that includes six resistors. The
report also includes t
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Laboratory - #2
ELC ENG 305 Circuit Analysis II
Instructor - Ebrahim Forati
Introduction
The purpose of this report is to verify Kirchhoffs Voltage Law (KVL) and Kirchhoffs
Curre
FOURIER SERIES
Continuous-Time Signal Analysis
function) and its harmonics. The magnitudes of
these spikes are the Fourier coefficients. This
series of components are called the wave
spectrum.
The Fourier series is a method of expressing
most periodic, ti
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Plan
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