Part I: Change of Basis
A relationship between two coordinate vectors is expressed by
the following theorem.
Theorem: Let B = cfw_b1 , . , b n and C = cfw_c1 , . , c n be bases for
a vector space V. Then there exists a unique n n matrix P
1. A sinusoidal voltage is given by the expression v (t ) 100cos(240 t 45o ) mV . Find the
e) The smallest positive value of t at which v=0.
f) The smallest positive value of t at which dv/dt=0
1. Consider the circuit shown on the right.
(a) Which diodes are closed and which one are open?
(b) Assume 0.7V drop across each forward-biased diode
and find Vo.
2. Two ideal diodes are placed in a circuit shown below:
(a) Determine w
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