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Fundamental of Electric Ciruits Alexander Sadiku 3rd edition Chapter 01 manualsRatings:

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Chapter 1, Problem 1

How many coulombs are represented by these amounts of electrons:(a) (b)

17

10482.6

×

18

1024.1

×

(c) (d)

19

1046.2

×

20

10628.1

×

Chapter 1, Solution 1

(a)

q = 6.482x10

17

x [-1.602x10

-19

C] =

-0.10384 C

(b) q = 1

.

24x10

18

x [-1.602x10

-19

C] =

-0.19865 C

(c) q

=

2.46x10

19

x [-1.602x10

-19

C] =

-3.941 C

(d) q = 1.628x10

20

x [-1.602x10

-19

C] =

-26.08 C

Chapter 1, Problem 2.

Determine the current flowing through an element if the charge flow is given by(a)

( ) ( )

mC 83

+=

t t q

(b)

( )

C2)48

2

t-t (t q

+=

(c)

( )

)

nCe5e3tq

t2-t

−

−=

(d)

( )

pCtsin10

120t q

π

=

(e)

( )

Ct50cos20

4

μ

t

et q

−

=

Chapter 1, Solution 2

(a)

i = dq/dt = 3 mA(b)

i = dq/dt = (16t + 4) A(c)

i = dq/dt = (-3e

-t

+ 10e

-2t

) nA(d)

i=dq/dt =

1200 120

π π

cos

t

pA(e)

i =dq/dt =

− +

−

e t t

t 4

80 50 1000 50

( cos sin )

A

μ

PROPRIETARY MATERIAL

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Chapter 1, Problem 3.

Find the charge

q

(

t

) flowing through a device if the current is:(a)

( ) ( )

C10A,3

==

qt i

(b)

0)0(,mA)52()(

=+=

qt t i

(c)

C2(0)A,)6/10cos(20)(

μ μ π

=+=

qt t i

(d)

( )

0(0)A,40sin10

30

==

−

qt et i

t

Chapter 1, Solution 3

(a)

C 1)(3t

+=+=

∫

q(0)i(t)dtq(t)(b)

mC 5t)(t

2

+=++=

∫

q(v)dts)(2tq(t)
(c)

( )

q(t)20 cos 10t/6q(0)(2sin(10/6)1)C

t

π π μ

= + + = + +

∫

(d)C40t)sin0.12t(0.16cos40e

30t-

+−=−+=+=

∫

t)cos40-t40sin30(
1600900e10q(0)t40sin10eq(t)

-30t30t-

Chapter 1, Problem 4.

A current of 3.2 A flows through a conductor. Calculate how much charge passesthrough any cross-section of the conductor in 20 seconds.

Chapter 1, Solution 4

q = it = 3.2 x 20 =

64 C

Chapter 1, Problem 5.

Determine the total charge transferred over the time interval of 0

≤

t

≤

10s when

1()2

itt

=

A.

Chapter 1, Solution 5

1020

10125 C024

t qidttdt

= = = =

∫ ∫

PROPRIETARY MATERIAL

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Chapter 1, Problem 6.

The charge entering a certain element is shown in Fig. 1.23. Find the current at:(a)

t

= 1 ms (b)

t

= 6 ms (c)

t

= 10 msFigure 1.23

Chapter 1, Solution 6

(a) At t = 1ms,

===

280dtdqi

40 A

(b) At t = 6ms,

==

dtdqi

0 A

(c) At t = 10ms,

===

480dtdqi

–20 A

PROPRIETARY MATERIAL

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