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Series

1s2rsc1.ewb

RTOT = 7·6kΩ

1s2rsc2.ewb

IS = 3·16mA

V1 = 15·48 volts

V2 = 8·53 volts

RTOT = 1·0kΩ

1s2rsc3.ewb

IS = 12mA

V1 = 6·72 volts

V2 = 5·28 volts

RTOT = 3·0MΩ

1s2rsc4.ewb

IS = 40µA

V1 = 52·0 volts

V2 = 68·0 volts

RTOT = 6·8kΩ

1s2rsc5.ewb

IS = 3·53mA

V1 = 7·76 volts

V2 = 16·24 volts

RTOT = 630Ω

1s3rsc1.ewb

IS = 38mA

V1 = 10·26 volts

V2 = 13·68 volts

RTOT = 10kΩ

1s3rsc2.ewb

IS = 2·4mA

V1 = 11·76 volts

V2 = 6·48 volts

V3 = 5·76 volts

RTOT = 2·4kΩ

1s3rsc3.ewb

IS = 5·0mA

V1 = 4·0 volts

V2 = 4·5 volts

V3 = 3·5 volts

RTOT = 8·5kΩ

1s3rsc4.ewb

IS = 14mA

V1 = 66·34 volts

V2 = 36·72 volts

V3 = 16·95 volts

RTOT = 2kΩ

1s3rsc5.ewb

IS = 60mA

V1 = 18·0 volts

V2 = 30·0 volts

V3 = 72·0 volts

RTOT = 1·94kΩ

1s3rsc6.ewb

IS = 61·86mA

V1 = 16·7 volts

V2 = 29·0 volts

V3 = 74·3 volts

RTOT = 6kΩ

IS = 19·98mA

V1 = 72·0 volts

V2 = 24·0 volts

V3 = 24·0 volts

1s3rsc7.ewb (****same as 1s3rsc6.ewb – check*****)

RTOT = 6kΩ

IS = 19·98mA

V1 = 72·0 volts

V2 = 24·0 volts

V3 = 24·0 volts

ewb IS = 3·75mA V1 = 8·25 volts V2 = 6·75 volts V supply is 5 volts. RTOT = 4·0kΩ ms2rsc2. RTOT = 3·2kΩ IS = 31·25mA V1 = 68·75 volts V3 = 0 volts V4 = 31·25 volts Multiple supplies ms2rsc1.ewb V2 = 0 volts V supply is 15 volts.ewb RTOT = 7·7kΩ IS = 13·0mA V1 = 35·06 volts V3 = 28·57 volts V4 = 12·99 volts V at A wrt ground = 87·01 volts V at B wrt ground = 51·94 volts V at C wrt ground = 28·57 volts V at D wrt ground = 0 volts V at E wrt ground = -12·99 volts When ground moved to B V at A wrt ground = 35·06 volts V at B wrt ground = 0 volts V at C wrt ground = -23·38 volts V at D wrt ground = -51·95 volts V at E wrt ground = -64·94 volts V2 = 23·38 volts Voltage drops across each resistor are the same irrespective of where ground is: V1 = 35·06 volts V2 = 23·38 volts V3 = 28·57 volts V4 = 12·99 volts 1s3rsc9. RTOT = 5·1kΩ IS = 980µA V1 = 2·25 volts V2 = 1·76 volts V3 = 0·98 volts .ewb Two centre resistors are shorted because of grounds on either side. current flows anti-clockwise.ewb RTOT = 1·14kΩ IS = 87·7mA V1 = 19·3 volts V3 = 41·23 volts V4 = 28·95 volts V at A wrt ground = 71·05 volts V at B wrt ground = 51·75 volts V at C wrt ground = 41·22 volts V at D wrt ground = 0 volts V at E wrt ground = -28·95 volts V2 = 10·53 volts Voltage drops across each resistor are the same irrespective of where ground is: V1 = 19·3 volts V2 = 10·53 volts V3 = 41·23 volts V4 = 28·95 volts 1s3rsc10.1s3rsc8. current flows anti-clockwise.

RTOT = 76·7kΩ IS = 208·6µA V3 = 0·98 volts V4 = 5·63 V1 = 6·88 volts V2 = 2·5 volts Voltage at A wrt ground = -0·516 volts Voltage at B wrt ground = 5·12 volts Voltage at C wrt ground = -6·88 volts Voltage at D wrt ground = 5·0 volts Voltage at E wrt ground = 8·0 volts Voltage at F wrt ground = 10·5 volts Voltage at G wrt ground = -1·5 volts Potentials when ground moved to F Voltage at A wrt ground = -11·02 volts Voltage at B wrt ground = -5·39 volts Voltage at C wrt ground = -17·39 volts Voltage at D wrt ground = -5·5 volts .ewb V supply is 7 volts. current flows anti-clockwise.ewb (****almost same as ms2rsc3.ms2rsc3. RTOT = 5·1kΩ IS = 980µA V1 = 2·25 volts V2 = 1·76 volts V3 = 0·98 volts Voltage at A wrt C = 1·75 volts Voltage at D wrt B = -0·25 volts Voltage at F wrt C = -2·25 volts Voltage at B wrt G = -1·0 volts ms2rsc4. current flows clockwise.ewb – check*****) V supply is 5 volts. current flows clockwise. RTOT = 1·8kΩ IS = 3·89mA V1 = 1·83 volts V2 = 1·28 volts V3 = 3·89 volts Voltage at A wrt D = -10·17 volts Voltage at D wrt B = -4·83 volts Voltage at E wrt G = 2·28 volts Voltage at F wrt C = -8·0 volts ms2rsc5. current flows anti-clockwise.ewb V supply is 7 volts. RTOT = 7·9kΩ IS = 886µA V1 = 1·06 volts V3 = 2·13 volts V4 = 0·886 Voltage at A wrt ground = -2·13 volts Voltage at B wrt ground = -3·02 volts Voltage at C wrt ground = 11·98 volts Voltage at D wrt ground = 10·92 volts Voltage at E wrt ground = 7·92 volts Voltage at F wrt ground = 3·92 volts Voltage at G wrt ground = 2·92 volts ms2rsc6.ewb V2 = 2·92 volts V supply is 16 volts.

ewb IS = 33·33mA I1 = 3·33mA I2 = 10mA RTOT = 1·765kΩ 1s2rpc4.ewb IS = 13·6mA I1 = 4·7mA I2 = 8·9mA RTOT = 210·5Ω 1s2rpc5.Voltage at E wrt ground = -2·5 volts Voltage at F wrt ground = 0 volts Voltage at G wrt ground = -12·0 volts Parallel 1s2rpc1.ewb RTOT = 5·2MΩ IS = 22·2µA VR1 = 104·2 volts VR4 = 10·8 volts VR5 = 10·8 volts Potential wrt –ve terminal A = 115 volts B = 10·7 volts C = 10·7 volts VR2 = 10·7 volts VR3 = 10·8 volts D and E = 0 volts Voltage at C wrt D = 10·6 volts Voltage at D wrt B = -10·6 volts Voltage at C wrt A = -104·3 volts .ewb IS = 25mA I1 = 10mA I2 = 15mA RTOT = 360Ω 1s2rpc3.ewb RTOT = 634kΩ IS = 18·9mA VR1 = 5·7 volts VR2 = 6·3 volts VR3 = 5·5 volts VR4 = 0·86 volts VR5 = 0·86 volts IR1 = 18·9mA IR2 = 13·5mA IR3 = 5·6mA IR4 = 2·4mA IR5 = 3·2mA 1s5rcc4.ewb IS = 523mA I1 = 444·44mA I2 = 30mA I3 = 33·36mA I4 = 12mA RTOT = 1·9kΩ IS = 12·63mA VR1 = 17·7 volts VR2 = 6·3 volts VR3 = 2·5 volts VR4 = 3·8 volts VR5 = 3·8 volts IR1 = 6·3mA IR2 = 6·3mA IR3 = 6·3mA IR4 = 3·2mA IR5 = 3·2mA 1s5rcc2.ewb IS = 114mA I1 = 24mA I2 = 30mA I3 = 60mA RTOT = 22·95Ω Combinations 1s5rcc1.ewb RTOT = 480Ω 1s2rpc2.ewb RTOT = 3·4kΩ IS = 8·2mA VR1 = 23·1 volts VR2 = 4·9 volts VR3 = 2·5 volts VR4 = 2·5 volts VR5 = 2·5 volts IR1 = 8·2mA IR2 = 6·2mA IR3 = 2·1mA IR4 = 0·7mA IR5 = 1·4mA 1s5rcc3.

ewb VR3 = 115 volts C = 115 volts D.ewb IR2 = 3·3µA IR3 = 10·8µA IR4 = 4·9µA IR5 = 3·3µA RTOT = 430Ω IS = 267mA VR1 = 115 volts VR2 = 115 volts VR4 = 115 volts VR5 = 115 volts VR6 = 115 volts Potential wrt –ve terminal A = 115 volts B = 115 volts Voltage at C wrt A = 0 volts Voltage at C wrt D = 115 volts Voltage at B wrt E = 115 volts IR1 = 115mA 1s6rcc2.IR1 = 22·2µA 1s6rcc1. E and F = 0 volts IR2 = 115mA IR3 = 14·4mA IR4 = 4·4mA IR5 = 13·4mA RTOT = 61kΩ IS = 1·9mA VR1 = 88·7 volts VR2 = 26·3 volts VR4 = 3·5 volts VR5 = 3·5 volts VR6 = 3·5 volts Voltage at C wrt D = 3·5 volts Voltage at D wrt B = -26·3 volts Voltage at C wrt A = -111·5 volts IR1 = 1·9mA IR2 = 1·2mA IR3 = 691µA IR4 = 135µA VR3 = 22·8 volts IR5 = 439µA IR6 = 117µA Fault finding tasks .

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