IPS.38. Find the phasors for the current and for the \/
voltages of the circuit shown in Figure P538. V _ O 40
Construct a phasor diagram showing V,. I. 5 " I
VR. and VL. What is the phase relationship
between V, and l?
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Opp Amps
Ideal
Inverting.
Non-Inverting
Capacitors
Inductors
Parallel
Series
Equations
Inductors
Capacitors
Parallel
Series
Equations
Complex Numbers & Notation
Voltage Follower
AC Circuit Analysis
Complex Power
Inductors and Capacitors in DC Circuits (Tr

*P5.63. Consider the circuit shown in Figure PS.63.
Find the phasor current I. Find the power,
reactive power, and apparent power deliv-
ered by the source. Find the power factor and
state whether it is lagging or leading.
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Final Exam - Winter 2016
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Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
GENE 123: Electrical Engineering
Final Examination - Winter 2016
April 15, 2016
4:00-6:30 PM
Instructors:
Mohamed-Yahia Dabbagh
Chettypalayam Selvakumar
First Na

University of Waterloo
Final Examination
Term: Spring
Year: 2015
Student Name
UW Student ID Number
Course Abbreviation and Number:
GENE123
Course Title:
Electrical Engineering
Section(s): (Circle one)
CHE
Instructors:
Simarjeet Saini, Pin-Han Ho & C. Selv

Kirchoff's Current Law
Kirchoff's Voltage Law
Simplifying Circuits
Voltage Divider
Current Divider
Node Analysis
Mesh Analysis
Superposition Thm
Thevinen Thm
Norton Thm
Source Transformation
Other

*P5.12. Find the rms value of the current waveform
shown in Figure P5.12.
1'0) (A)
Figure P5.12 P5.14. Compute the rms value of the periodic wave-
form shown in Figure P5.14.
0(1) V
I 2
Figure P5.14 *P5.22. Suppose that v1(t) = 100 cos(wt) and v2(t) =

*Pl4.9. Determine the closed-loop voltage gain of
the circuit shown in Figure P14.9, assuming
an ideal op amp. P14.11. Determine the closed-loop voltage gain of
the circuit shown in Figure P14.11, assuming
an ideal op amp. \f
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Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
GENE 123 - Electrical Engineering
Midterm Exam
Winter 2016
February 23, 2016
2:30-4:00 PM
Instructors:
Mohamed-Yahia Dabbagh
Omar Ramahi
Chettypayalam Selvakumar
First Name:
Time Allowed: 90 Minutes
Last N

*P2.67. Solve for the power delivered to the 15-52
resistor and for the mesh currents shown in
Figure P2.67.
59 10!
20V
Figure P2.67 P170. Solve for the power delivered by the volt-
age source in Figure P2.70, using the mesh-
current method.
Figure P2

GENE 123 Practice Exam 3
& Knuckles
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GENE123 FINAL EXAM August 11, 2015
Electrical Engineering 2/20
Question 1 (20 Marks
Find I3 using Mesh analysis and then nd the power suppiied or delivered by the (20V)
voltage source in the circuit shown in Figure 1.
21A
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An electric circuit is a closed loop of circuit devices interconnected by conducting material. Figure 2.1 symbolically shows a Power Supply (PS) and a
Resistor (R) connected by conducting wire. The PS provides the power to
drive electric charge around the

: Measuring Voltage and Current
-Push the button on the multimeter labeled DCV so that the multimeter
will measure DC volts.
Verify that the voltage between the red & black terminals at the bottom left
of the console is 15 volts DC (+/-). (The switch must

: Measuring Meter Loading
Ideally an ammeter has zero resistance so that when current flows through
it the voltage across it is zero. However, a real ammeter has a small
resistance and therefore a small voltage when current flows through it.
Determine Amm

Practical
Obtain a lab kit which contains resistors, wires, the circuit board and an
analog meter. You will also use the 4 digit multimeter, the +/- 15V power
supply in the bottom left and the DC power supply mounted on the right of
your workstation.
Ex.

Resistor bands.
For example, a resistor having 4 bands coloured red-violet-orange-gold has
a resistance of 27,000 with a tolerance of 5%.
Power: Power P is the rate of energy supplied or consumed by a device in
a circuit and is defined as P = V I with uni

Exercise 2
Design a circuit using a power supply and 3 or more different resistors to
prove KVL and the voltage division principle (Hint: for voltage division, are
the resistors in series, or parallel?). There are many resistors available for
use, look at

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GENE 123 - Electrical Engineering
Midterm Exam
Spring 2015
June 16, 2015, 9:30-11:00 AM
Instructors: Saini,Si1narjeet Time Allowed: 1.5 Hours
Ho,PinHan '
Selvakumar,Chettypalayam

GENE 123 Practice Exam 1
A New Hope
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study for the GENE 123 Final Exam. Use of this practice exam for other uses including, but not limited
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GENE 123 Practice Exam 2
Electric Boogaloo
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study for the GENE 123 Final Exam. Use of this practice exam for other uses including, but not limited
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Topic
Introduction
Title
Current, voltage and power
Resistance and conductance
Independent voltage source
Independent current source
Dependent sources
Switches
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