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R1 R2 R4 Is R3 Given that Vs is 18 V, Is is 6 A, R1 is 2 Ohm, R2 is 2 Ohm and R3 is 1 Ohm and R4 is 4 Ohm. Use the superposition principle to find Vo in the circuit. (Unit V) Submit Answer Tries 0/99
pls help R1 R3 R2 w w V14 V3+ V2+ Consider the circuit shown below, where R1= 2 Ohm, R2= 8 Ohm, R3= 5 Ohm, V1= 14 V, V2= 9 V, and V3= 16 V. a) Find the potential difference across R1 Number Units b) Find the magniture of the current through R2 Number Units c) Find the power dissipated in R3 Number Units
In the circuit, V1=129 V, V2=72 V, I0=2 A, R1=7 Ohm, R2=46 Ohm, R3=19 Ohm, R4=19 Ohm. Solve the circuit using nodal analysis and answer the questions below. Find the current through R1 flowing in the direction from left to right. (Unit: A) Find the current through R2 flowing downwards. (Unit: A) Find the current through R3 flowing downwards. (Unit: A) Find the current thrrough R4 flowing from left to right. (Unit: A) R1 R4
PLEASE HELP IMMEDIATELY R2 R3 R1 C1 C2 S2 51 In the circuit, the signal frequency f = 1.2 MHz, R1=9 Ohm, R2 = 8 Ohm, R3 = 7 Ohm, C1-22 nF, C2=25 nF; The voltage source Vs1 amplitude and phase are 15 V and 0.12 rad; the voltage source Vs2 amplitude and phase are 4 V and 0.4 rad. (Note the polarity of the voltage sources!) Using nodal analysis, find the following 1) The amplitude of the potential at...
For the circuit shown in the figure, If R1=512, R2=10N, R3=3N, V1= V1}V, V2=5V and V3=7V. What is the value of the current 11 (in A)? R1 -W R3 M + + V2 V. 3 R2 $ 12 13
vi Ri ii V3 R4 V5 Rs jis R7 In the circuit, Vg = 126 V, R2 = 9 Ohm, R3 = 7 Ohm, R4 = 4 Ohm, R5 = 29 Ohm, R6 = 10 Ohm and R7 = 7 Ohm. The current i2 = 3 A. (A) What is the resistance R1? (unit: Ohm) 23.04Ohm Submit Answer Incorrect. Tries 2/5 Previous Tries (B) What is the power supplied by the voltage source Vg into the circuit? (unit: W) Submit...
R1 12 R2 13 R3 V = 10 V, R1 = 50, R2 = 100, R3 = 50 Find the total resistance of this circuit in Ohms. Answer: Find the current in Ry in Amps Answer: Find the current in R2 in Amps Find the current in R3 in Amps Answer: Find the voltage drop in Volts across R1. Answer: Find the voltage drop in Volts across R2. Answer:
In the circuit shown, R1 = 7 ohm, R2 = 11 ohm, R3 = 9ohm, V1 = 19 V, and V2 = 8V. Find the voltage across R3.
In the circuit, R1=50 Ohm, R2 = 36 Ohm, the reactance of the inductor L1 is XL1=15 Ohm, the absolute value of the capacitor C1 reactance, XC1=98.8 Ohm. The voltage source VS amplitude and phase are VSm=20 V and VSph=0.8 rad. L1C1 om R2 VSm ZVSph ~ R13 R2 In the circuit, R1=50 Ohm, R2 = 36 Ohm, the reactance of the inductor Li is XL1=15 Ohm, the absolute value of the capacitor C1 reactance, XC1=98.8 Ohm. The voltage source...
PI : For circuit below v-20 V and R,-8 Ohm and R2-2 Ohm. Calculate voltage and power loss in each resistor in the circuit. (Use voltage division and P = (voltage*voltage) resistance)- You cannot use KVL, KCL or Ohms law) Ri R2 P2: For circuit below i = 50 A and R1 = 15 Ohm and R2 = 10 Ohm. Calculate current and power loss in each resistor in the circuit. (Use current division and P - (current*current) resistance) You...