Use the method of superposition to find the node voltages V1 in the circuit below. No credit will be given if a different analysis method is...
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I cant figure out how to get this question using the method of superposition, the answer must come out to

be:

V1 - 26.67 V

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2. Use the method of superposition to find the node voltages V1 in the circuit below. No credit will be
given if a different analysis method is employed (this problem was already solved in HW2).
10 A
62
VI
m
V2
20 V
+
50 V

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Ing !
lets comsides given circuit
10A
V,
V2
2 1
20V
Now Jets consider only 20V source
alone acting .
VI
2GV
using mode analysis we have
V' + 20
V
Vitttut-
- 20
V
- 20 x 4
V , -
A

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