Instructions:

(1) All answers need to be justified (show all your work). All solutions must reflect your style of problem solving and represent your understanding of the material.

(2) The assignment must be submitted at the beginning of the class on May 27, 2010. No exceptions.

1. (a) Convert the following circuit from time-domain to frequency-domain. (2 points)

(b) Find the Thevenin equivalent circuit ( and ) at ‘a’ and ‘b’ in frequency-domain. (3 points)

(c) In frequency-domain, find connected at terminal ‘a’ and ‘b’ that absorbs maximum average

power from the sources. (1 point)

(d) What is the instantaneous power absorbed by ? (1 point)

(e) Convert the Thevenin equivalent circuit to time-domain (find vth(t), Rth, Cth or Lth). (extra 3 points)

(1) All answers need to be justified (show all your work). All solutions must reflect your style of problem solving and represent your understanding of the material.

(2) The assignment must be submitted at the beginning of the class on May 27, 2010. No exceptions.

1. (a) Convert the following circuit from time-domain to frequency-domain. (2 points)

(b) Find the Thevenin equivalent circuit ( and ) at ‘a’ and ‘b’ in frequency-domain. (3 points)

(c) In frequency-domain, find connected at terminal ‘a’ and ‘b’ that absorbs maximum average

power from the sources. (1 point)

(d) What is the instantaneous power absorbed by ? (1 point)

(e) Convert the Thevenin equivalent circuit to time-domain (find vth(t), Rth, Cth or Lth). (extra 3 points)

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