Homework 10, Problem 10
X and Y are complex numbers
with a real and imaginary part
Homework 10, Problem 10
X and Y are complex numbers
with a real and imaginary part
Homework 10, Problem 10
X and Y are complex numbers
with a real and imaginary part
Lesson 8
Homework Problems
1. E = 75 V, L = 40 mH, R = 22 k. The switch is closed at t = 0. Find an expression for i(t) for t > 0.
Voltage or
Current
Value
Reason or Calculation
i(0-)
0A
i(0+)
0A
i()
3.41mA
i is flowing into an open, and current across an
Lesson 5
Homework Problems
Note: Sketch each circuit. Label all circuits with appropriate currents and voltages. If you use a simultaneousequation-solving calculator or a computer algebra system to solve a homework problem, note this fact in your
solution
Lesson 7
Homework Problems
Note: Sketch each circuit. Label all circuits with appropriate currents and voltages. If you use a simultaneousequation-solving calculator or a computer algebra system to solve a homework problem, note this fact in your
solution
Homework Problems
Lesson 4 Solution
1. Write the node voltage equations for this circuit. Do not solve.
Solutions may vary.
Labels used for nodes may be different, but
the following remains true:
Node B is 5v higher than Node A.
Node D is 3v higher than N
Lesson 3
Homework Problems
Note: Sketch each circuit. Label all circuits with appropriate currents and voltages. If you use a simultaneousequation-solving calculator or a computer algebra system to solve a homework problem, note this fact in your
solution
Lesson 11: AC Circuits
Homework Problems
Note: Sketch or copy/paste each circuit yourself. Redraw each circuit in the phasor domain and include proper
labels. Label all circuits with appropriate values and/or unknown variables. If you use a simultaneous-e