2017 Fall EE220 Quiz 4
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The voltage across a 5 uF capacitor is described by the following equation: v(t) = 4t + 1. Determine the current through
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Due date: 9/26/2012
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Due date: 9/21/2012
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transformation to nd i. 5.14 Determine the output voltage 00 in the circuit of
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Fig. 4.50. Find the maximum power. 4.38 .
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Convert sin(x) vs. x to sin(t) vs. time (s)
Plot 1 sinewave per second
sin 2 f t
Number of cycles per seco
Example 8.3 - 1
V What is the value of the cagacitor voltage 50 ms after the switch
opens? Example 8.3 - 2
' V Find the inductor current after the switch closes. How long will it
take for the inductor current to reach 2 mA? y
x x t
RC & RL Circuits
1st order circuits
Circuits that contain only one of the energy storage
elements are represented by a first-order differential
equation. That is why these circuits are called first-order
Only one inductor and no capacitor
EE 220 Circuits I
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How much OWer is delivered to the resistor described above?