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Chapter 4, Problem 1.
Calculate the current
i
o
in the circuit of Fig. 4.69. What does this current become whenthe input voltage is raised to 10 V?Figure 4.69
Chapter 4, Solution 1.
+

51411i
=+=
Ω=+
4)35(8
,
===
101i21i
o
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0.1A
Since the resistance remains the same we get i = 10/5 = 2A which leads toi
o
= (1/2)i = (1/2)2 =
1A
.

Chapter 4, Problem 2.
Find
v
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o
in the circuit of Fig. 4.70. If the source current is reduced to 1
μ
A, what is
v
?
o
Figure 4.70
Chapter 4, Solution 2.
A21ii
21
==
,3)24(6
Ω=+

,41i21i
1o
==

==
oo
i2v
0.5V

0.5
μ
V
If i = 1
μ
A, then v
so
=

Chapter 4, Problem 3.
(a)

In the circuit in Fig. 4.71, calculate
v
and
I
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oo
when
v
= 1 V.
s
(b)

Find
v
o

and
i
when
v
os
= 10 V.(c)

What are
v
and
I
oo
when each of the 1-
Ω
resistors is replaced by a 10-
Ω
resistor and
v
s
= 10 V?Figure 4.71
Chapter 4, Solution 3.

+
+

+
(a)

We transform the Y sub-circuit to the equivalent
Δ
.,43433
2
==
234343
=+

2vv
so
=
independent of R i
o
= v/(R)
o

0.5V0.5A
When v
s
= 1V, v
o
= , i
o
=
5V5A
(b)

When v = 10V, v =
so
, i
o
=(c)

When v = 10V and R = 10
Ω
,
s
v
o
=
5V500mA
, i = 10/(10) =
o