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Find the current ix in the circuit 10 9 IH MW TIT 14 2...

Find the current ix in the circuit 10 9 IH MW TIT 14 20 cos 4r V 0.1 F - 24, 05H Question 2 Find the current hi(t)fort> 0 5kf2 1= 0 60 mA + 240 V 5kf2 14/3/00 80H - Question 3 10 pts 3. Find the Thevenin 4 in equivalence across terminals ab. 20 9 2H fils a 36 cos...

Question 1 A neon sign transformer has a 1,050 WAC output w...

Question 1 A neon sign transformer has a 1,050 WAC output with an rms voltage of 1.4kV when connected to a normal household outlet in the US. There are 797 turns of wire in the primary coil. How many turns of wire are in the secondary coil? Question 3 A114 Q resistor is connected to an AC sour...

Q1). Find the Thevenin resistance looking into the open ter...

Q1). Find the Thevenin resistance looking into the open terminals a & b by: (a). Finding Voc and Isc and then taking thir ratio (b). Setting all the independent sources to zero, and then combining resistors to find the equivalent resistance between a & b 392 a + 10V 592 6...

2. Analyse the circuit shown in Figure 2 in s-domain with vC...

2. Analyse the circuit shown in Figure 2 in s-domain with vC (0) = 1V and iL(0) = 0A initial conditions and find zero input and zero state solutions for vC (t). 3. (a) Find T (s) = XC (s) transfer function by reducing the block diagram shown in Figure 3 for K and H s. ii Xg (s) (b) Find the posit...

1. The circuit in Figure 1 will be analysed in sinusoidal st...

1. The circuit in Figure 1 will be analysed in sinusoidal steady state. (a) Determine Z1 and Z2 impedances. (b) Determine Thevenin equivalent circuit to the left of the terminals A-B. (c) Find the value of load impedance to absorb maximum average power. (d) Find the complex power of the load yo...

Find the voltage across the 4 Q2 resistor in Fig. B. using ...

Find the voltage across the 4 Q2 resistor in Fig. B. using (a) Nodal analysis, (b) the Superposition theorem and (c) Thévenin's theorem. 402 7 202 2A 80 2V Fig. B For the network shown in Fig. A, determine the current in XL. Use both the Superposition theorem and Nodal analysis. ...

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