Part I - Circuit #1 Analysis R1 R4 - A Vs <R2 R3 B Figure P.1 - Circuit #1 In Figure P.1, the voltage source Vs = 6V and the current source Is =...
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Please show all work! The component values are representative for the resistors.

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Part I - Circuit #1 Analysis
R1
R4
- A
Vs
<R2
R3
B
Figure P.1.1 - Circuit #1
In Figure P.1.1, the voltage source Vs = 6V and the current source Is = 10 mA.
1. Calculate the following from the perspective of terminals A and B. Show all work.
a. Thevenin voltage (VTH)
b. Thevenin resistance (RTH)
C. Norton current, also called the short-circuit current (Isc)
2. Use your results to fill in the appropriate values for Figure P.1.2 and Figure P.1.3 below:
RTH
Wv
A
A
VTH
sc
RTH
B
B
Figure P.1.2 - Thevenin Equivalent of Circuit #1
Figure P.1.3 - Norton Equivalent of Circuit #1

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COMPONENTS
Type
Value
Symbol Name
Multisim Part
Description
Resistor
7500
R
Basic/Resistor
Resistor
1kQ
Basic/Resistor
Resistor
1.5kQ
Rs
Basic/Resistor
Resistor
3kQ
RA
Basic/Resistor
Resistor
4kQ
Basic/Resistor
Resistor
10kQ
Basic/Resistor
Resistor
12kQ
R7
Basic/Resistor

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And: lets consider the given circuit
V
Ry
75oh
3 k
Vs
6V
IK
12 37 1:5 k
10 mA
13
Since No current will flow through Bu, there fore
Vm - V.
al nodev, we have
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V
+
V
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V - L
+
+
V
756
1 K...

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