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1.a) Write the volt-ampere relationship of R, L and C elements. b) Explain the independent and dependent sources. [8+7] 2. Find the voltage to be applied across A-B in order to drive a current of 10 A into the circuit as shown in below figure 1 using star-delta transformation. [15]

Figure 1 3.a) Define the following terms: i) RMS value ii) Average value iii) Form factor iv) Peak factor b) Determine the average and effective values of saw-tooth waveform as shown in below figure 2. [7+8]

Figure 2 4a) Describe the source transformation technique. b) The current waveform for the pure inductance of 3m H is shown in below figure 1. Draw the voltage and power wave forms. [7+8]

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5a) Obtain the expressions for star-delta equivalence of resistive network. b) Calculate the current in the 5 resistor using kirchoffs laws for the network shown in

below figure 2. 6.a) Illustrate the super mode analysis with an example. b) For the network shown in figure 3 determine all branch currents and the voltage across the 6- resistor by loop current analysis.

7.a) Distinguish between ideal and practical sources and draw their characteristics. b) Calculate the value of R in the circuit shown in below figure 1, if the power supplied by both the sources is equal. [7+8]

Figure 1 8 a) State and explain kirchoffs laws. b) Determine the current in the 5 resistor for the circuit shown in below figure 2. [7+8]

Figure 2 9a) Define the RMS value and obtain an expression for the RMS value of sinusoidal current. b) Explain the super mesh Analysis with an example. 10.a) Compare active and passive elements and give examples for each. b) Determine the resistance between the terminals A-B in the network shown in below figure 1.

Figure 1 11. Compute the RMS and average values of square wave form shown in below figure.