COMPONENTS Type Value Symbol Name Multisim Part Description Resistor 7500 R Basic/Resistor Resistor 1kQ Basic/Resistor Resistor 1.
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Please show all work! The components list gives the values for the resistors.

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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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R1
R4
A
. Vs
>R2
R3
RL
B
Figure P.1.4 - Circuit #1 with Load Resistor Attached
3. Calculate the voltage across and current through RL for the circuit in Figure P.1.4, which has
a 1kQ load resistor RL attached across terminals A and B.
RTH
WV
A
A
VTH
RL
Isc
RTH
RL
B
B
Figure P.1.5 - Thevenin Equivalent with Load Resistor
Figure P.1.6 - Norton Equivalent with Load Resistor
4. Calculate the voltage across and current through R for these circuits, which have a 1kQ load
resistor RL attached across terminals A and B.

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A
Is
+
R x
MM
RL
B
calculate
Thevenin's Resistor across
A and B Terminals
RTH
A
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R J
R 2
3 R 3
RT
B
voltage source - short circuit.
current source -open circuit
R, = 750 2
RTH = R, 11 R 21/ R 3 +...

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