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Fundamentals of Electric Circuits Alexander Sadiku Chapter 04 Solution Manual

Fundamentals of Electric Circuits Alexander Sadiku Chapter 04 Solution Manual

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This is the solution manual of 3rd edition of fundamentals of electric circuits by Alexander Sadiku. All Chapters have been uploaded separately.
This is the solution manual of 3rd edition of fundamentals of electric circuits by Alexander Sadiku. All Chapters have been uploaded separately.

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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
PROPRIETARY MATERIAL
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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
PROPRIETARY MATERIAL
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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

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