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 for all questions and sections! Attachment 1 Attachment 2 ATTACHMENT PREVIEW Download attachment Screen Shot 2019-10-01 at 8.46.57 PM.png 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 ATTACHMENT PREVIEW Download attachment Screen Shot 2019-10-01 at 8.55.47 PM.png Part II - Circuit #2 Analysis B A 2R1 2 R8 V1 V2 &lt;R3 V3 R7 R4 &lt;R5 R6 Figure P.2.1 - Circuit #2 In Figure P.2.1, the voltage sources V1 = 3V, V2 = 6V, and V3 = -6V. Resistors: R1 = R2 = R4 = R5 = R7 = 7500, R3 = R8 = 1.5kQ, and R6 = 3kQ. 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 and draw the Thevenin and Norton equivalents as you did in Part I. 3. Attach a 1k( load resistor RL across terminals A and B in Figure P.2.1 and calculate the voltage across and current through RL for the new circuit. 4. Attach a 1kQ load resistor RL across terminals A and B in the equivalent circuits that you drew and calculate the voltage across and current through RL for the new circuits.

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